Yeah, my guy’s just trying to get something. From what I understand, he works in a stereo store and he meets a very terrific girl and he just wants to eek out this little place where he gets to go to hotels and have romantic sex with Sally Hawkins—which I would like to do if I had that kind of life. But I think that he’s just trying to make something better out of his life. Most people, they’re very shackled by everything they have to do, so when life gets really dreary or so much not like a dream come true, you go outside of reality. I think that’s why most people deceive or lie, because they’re trying to get outside of reality. So you try to say you’re something else or try to find someone else who will believe you that something else is true. I think you can play somebody who is deceptive with sympathy. In most of Woody’s movies, everybody’s just trying their best and they’re failing—trying the best they can living a life, being a little bit happier than they seem to have been meant to be, and that usually means lying.