And I just think that to introduce an unknown Shakespeare is thrilling, too - not to do Hamlet or Romeo and Juliet, to do the richer Shakespeare. People will come to this and not know the story.
I have directed good actors and have gone through the process which is more detailed in theater in a way. You have to get people to stay for two or three hours in a performance. They need more talk and rehearsal than in films.
I have never had a problem with people not being able to understand the words and the meanings in Titus.
It's people who are repressed and cannot express their fears that are dangerous.
People will justify whatever for a good cause.
You program music with an image and then people are desensitized.
There is something human beings can do. The adrenaline rush, we call it. Fear, tremendous love. When people kill themselves, commit suicide over love, that kind of passion will move mountains.