N: Would you have worked this hard if your parents had supported you with acting? Would you have tried this hard? 

T: My family started fully supportive from the moment I decided to prepare for the conservatory exams, but it wasn’t their field. I always had to make an effort, I had to work. 

N: So what does experience mean to you? 

T: Experience is a closed thing. To me experience is something that seems positive but has a negative meaning. The word we need to use instead; experiment. 

N: So what is the difference between experience and experiment?   

T: Experience is not a field open to adventure. I think experiment is a field open to adventure. 

N: Can you elaborate further? 

T: Experience; is to keep the information you have extracted from your experiences in your memory and make it true. 

N: So what does jealousy mean to you? What does it mean to be jealous? 

T: Jealousy is often a learned emotion. When we replace jealousy with envy, the whole formula gets better. 

N: Isn't being jealous to want for yourself something that the one across you has? 

T: Even if it's a basic feeling; jealousy causes intolerance, but envy does not cause intolerance. For example, experience may have a bright side for some, it is dark for me. But when I substitute experiment for experience, I have something bright at hand. Jealousy is the same. One side is dark and the other is bright, but when I substitute envy for jealousy, something bright comes to me. 

“experience; is to keep the information you have extracted from your experiences in your memory and make it true.”