I think we're in good hands. There's definitely much more momentum in bringing in good things to help support the show. Everyone's got a good attitude about it and I think that makes all the difference.
Somehow the greater the public opposition to the health care bill the more determined they seem to force it on us anyway. Their attitude shows Washington at its very worst - the presumption that they know best and they're going to get their way whether the American people like it or not.
It's really interesting with art-movies too but art especially - to see how your attitude toward artists and works and your level of appreciation of them is always shifting and changing over the years.
I came on to the film with a very happy-go-lucky attitude which I think my character Charlie did when she went into the house. I expected it to be good and then slowly things started to change for us all.
In the business world today failure is apparently not an option. We need to change this attitude toward failure - and celebrate the idea that only by falling on our collective business faces do we learn enough to succeed down the road.