Jean Genet: Yes, but the hand that comes from behind, that comes down on your shoulder. To speak of this in an adequate way, I would have to do a sort of archeology of my life, which is absolutely impossible.
Jim Morrison: Right. It’s like a game. Play. Activity that has nothing in it except just what it is.
Genet: I told you yesterday that you were doing the work of a cop, and you continue to do it, today too, this morning.
Morrison: It'd be psychically unnerving to do it just for the bread. (laughter)
Genet: Of course, of course. But you have to pay for the pleasure you take in stealing.
Morrison: Let's just say I was testing the bounds of reality.
Genet: I dreamed that the technicians for this film revolted.
Morrison: That's always been my dream.
Genet: I told you – is the camera rolling?
Morrison: You'll have to figure it out for yourself.
Genet: What are you talking about?
Morrison: I can't remember exactly.
Genet: But I’m not angry at you who are the norm, I’m angry at myself because I agreed to come here.
Morrison: No incentive, no change. For example, is there anything worse than a really bad photograph?
Genet: Man, I don’t know, I don’t want to generalize.