I thinkthat with my career I for sure in a lot of ways did that and was unkind topeople as a result.I don't think that I was fair to people and I think that I made really poor judgments in a lot of things and went driving for thiscareer goal that could've exist and coincide with love. I think that every time I have a movie comeout that's successful or a show come out that's successful is kind of like adream coming true. I don't have to keep driving myself crazy about thisthing.' It was more of like a dream.Ithink that's what we were trying to achieve and I guess that when weauditioned with each other we fell in love with each other or I fell in lovewith Ashton.Paul Fischer: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 'A LOT LIKE LOVE ' AND LOVE? That's a difficult question for me because I'm somewhat ofa love cynic in that I don't know if it's truly like a hundred percentattainable everyday in the human form.And you kind ofcreate this illusion for yourself that you can't possibly have both.'If I'minvesting this amount of time in this, there's not enough hours in the dayto do this as well.' And then what you ultimately find out is if you do thatthis is going to fall apart because you have to have that balance.I don'tknow that I've specifically changed that like, 'Oh, let me kneel four timesand say this phrase twenty times and now my life will be better.' I don'tbuy that at all.I think that the biggest change is that I think that I'mslowly trying to remove my ego from my life and by doing that I think that Ibecome a better person.
I think that I've put some great effort intocertain situations to impress. Ashton Kutcher: Well, it was sort of a Punk, but it sort of wasn't because itwas real. I think that it'spart of the business, the glamour and getting dressed up and going to dothese things. I think that it's reallygood management and good food.
But I think that to me love is whenyour desire for someone else is greater than your desire for yourself orequal to that. I think that a lot likelove is what most of us call love. I think that the idea of the movie is that it isreal love and was strong from the get go.
The only difference is the abilityto talk around and around it or dance around and around it, tell each otherthat the timing isn't right or that you're moving to San Francisco or thatyou need to do A, B and C before I commit to you.
Ashton Kutcher: It's such a cool tourist attraction. Ashton Kutcher: I think that the appeal of Oliver is that he's relatable.
Paul Fischer: CAN YOU DESCRIBE THE APPEAL OF THIS CHARACTER?
We were on a soundstage and weweren't actually outside. I don't know why, but for somereason people fancy me having sex (on bathroom planes). I was struggling, but I was strugglingout of an apartment.