I felt that Dean’s body was very graphic; it was almost writhing in pain sometimes. He was very twisted, almost like a cripple … He couldn’t do anything straight. He even walked like a crab, as if he were cringing all the time. I felt that, and that doesn’t come across in close-up. Dean was a cripple, anyway, inside – he was not like Brando. People compared them, but there was no similarity. He was a far, far sicker kid, and Brando’s not sick, he’s just troubled. But I also think there was a value in Dean’s face. His face is so desolate and lonely and strange.