Do music videos make money?

I think so. I don’t know. I’m not that smart.

Did you see a video that really worked?

No . . . I’ve seen some that weren’t really successful. Some people try to capitalize on what was really a personal message. I’d rather see something I had a personal affinity for.

What about the music videos?

They’re great. They sell well, but they’re not my favorite. In the last one, I thought it was good but I have no idea if I’ll try to do another one. Music videos are always an option for me, but the ones I do like are the ones where I’m just singing.

Why stop there?

There’s so much more to the human experience. If we could see more of what goes on in the world around us, people would appreciate the stories. The people and the things I’ve been interested in for a long time are things I never see being seen on the silver screen. That’s what I’ve been interested in the most: the people and what happens around them.

What would the next movie be about?

It wouldn’t be a musical. I like theater, but I want to work in movies. Also, if there’s a film I’m interested in making, I think it would have to be of the epic dimension. I’d be doing something bigger.

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