Mark Rylance Interview with The Guardian & an understanding of the Cockney Bard

Oh yes, says Rylance, he believes in magic. Not in the kind that’s “an extension of the dominating mindset” but just “a very present and awakened state of being”. Prospero didn’t cause the storm, he merely channelled it. That’s how it is for him, too, he says, eyes glistening. “Ideas come to me that I do not feel are self-generating. As an artist, you receive ideas from the collective consciousness.” As a person, too.

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