I don't remember the first day of my life, but who does? I remember that yesterday was a busy day and tomorrow will be as well. When I was five years old I decided I didn't want to be a painter, I wanted to be a vet. At ten I wanted to be an engineer, even if I wasn't sure what it meant. At twelve I wanted to be a writer, but I was afraid I wasn't good enough... I felt I couldn't be as good as Friedrich Nietzsche was when he was my age. I loved loved films... Chaplin and Toto, above all, and after I saw The Magnificent Ambersons I wanted to work in film.