I've yet to see an answer about why they're there, but we'll certainly put it down as a question to ask if we should ever interview him again.
So she continues to interweave descriptions and ponderings on the relationships among and meanings of popular culture and customs, politics, critical theory, science, religion, language, class, race, art, architecture, as well as adventures and anecdotes from previous travels with Amy, into the narrative.
She also revealed in the new interview that she got emotional when filming her final Bond film - because she only got to spend one night in Scotland.
In 1999, at the age of 65, Dench returned to Broadway for the first time in forty years.
Beautifully illustrated with photographs from her own collections, here are reflections and reminiscences on those who have mattered to her most - her family, fellow actors, directors and writers - communicated with the truth and insight of her acting.
Norman Potter As Sally Bowles in a photocall for Harold Prince's production of 'Cabaret' at the Palace Theatre, London, 1968.
When she eventually suffers a breakdown, she seeks healing in an Indian ashram run by an eccentric and even possibly mad guru.