Seymour Stein: At the time I was very unhappy with where I was.
Mink Stole: There was a lot of dialogue.
Stein: The antithesis of that.
Stole: The budgets were so tight.
Stein: Yes. And you know, that's me. I'm struggling myself.
Stole: But I had a sense of isolation. Singing is harder than acting.
Stein: Because you're under constant threat?
Stole: No. It's grownup eclectic.
Stein: It's deep, deep in my heart. So I went.
Stole: Fairly regularly. It wasn't pressure.
Stein: I wear it like a badge.
Stole: Acid was Saturday night.
Stein: Tel Aviv was growing and growing right in front of my eyes.
Stole: Kind of gradually.
Stein: And it was beautiful.
Stole: We all had horrible childhoods.
Stein: But all that changed. Where are you safe?
Stole: I can't remember. But this was all happenstance.
Stein: For a long time that was my complex, and that complex was broken by a strange event.
Stole: It's wonderful. I'm typecast.
Stein: Yes, of course you are.
Stole: I found something else.