In the final analysis the incident is seen as originating from an emotional expression of the frustration and anger of the proud people of China who had been subject to ever increasing oppression from without and decadent corruption from within.
It is only with burning anger that we can speak of this attack by counter-revolutionary reactionary elements against the capital of our country against our people's democratic order and the power of the working class.
For a long time I thought I could deal with my anger and hostility on my own. But I couldn't. I denied that it had affected me and yet I was so frantic on the inside with other people: I needed to be constantly reassured.
The anger that appears to be building up between the sexes becomes more virulent with every day that passes. And far from women taking the blame... the fact is that men are invariably portrayed as the bad guys. Being a good man is like being a good Nazi.
I'm really busted up over this and I'm very very sorry to those people in the audience the blacks the Hispanics whites - everyone that was there that took the brunt of that anger and hate and rage and how it came through.
I don't think I could play a character that I couldn't relate to somehow. I'm not unfamiliar with frustration anger shame helplessness and a load of other emotions that make up our psycho-soup. I try to focus on that frustration that sense of unfairness and multiply it.
With Stacy it was interesting because you know he was within all this chaos all these different lives that were so broken and so much anger and so much frustration and their skating came out of that their different styles came out of that.
My character had been in the chair for seven years. He had gone through his anger depression drug and alcohol abuse. He had gone through everything now he was up he was happy he was filled with his dream.