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"While Zack is very stylized; Tarsem is very artistic. Not to say Zack isn't artistic ... OK, watching that HDTV," he says, motioning to a screen in the room, "which is a masterwork in itself and seeing that painting on the wall, which is a masterwork in itself - they are both beautiful, they both affect you, and they are so entirely different. Like Zack is the TV and Tarsem the painting."
"Every day (in Vancouver), it is 3 a.m. to train and 5 a.m. to go to work," he said.
"The nice stuff is nice. But it's like training. When you're training really, really hard and you're trying to achieve a certain look for your body, you look in the mirror and you ignore the good stuff because that's taken care of. It's only the stuff which you haven't quite got yet which you're panicking about. The same goes for any kind of Internet response or public response to a performance or the way I'm coming across."
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