I made the film in spite of Harvey, not because of Harvey.
I think some actors thrive on working at a much greater pace than I do.
I can’t re-examine work I did in the past with pride.
I’m not keen on history being tampered with… to any extent.
At some point in your life, if you’re lucky, you get to design the way in which things evolve.
I don’t feel my son should pay the price for what I do.
My curiosity sustains me for the period of the shoot.
I have always been intrigued by these lives I have never experienced.
I don’t deal at all well with the relative amount of stuff I have to face already.
I love to sit and watch people. I love to sit and listen to people.
It is awesome to feel you are carrying on the family name.
I feel less often compelled to do the work than I was in the past.
The last time I was on a small set would’ve been probably My Left Foot.
Ireland was a place for the renewal of hope and I still see it like that.
Everybody has to know for themselves what they’re capable of.
I live in a landscape, which every single day of my life is enriching.