Campo: I’d like to start our conversation about your work and your life by discussing an episode which I find exemplary. It concerns the film Acting Therapy. It is a rare film, shot in Wrocław, Poland, in the studio space of the Teatr Laboratorium, the company you co-founded, directed by Jerzy Grotowski. It shows the activity of a workshop you and the actor Rena Mirecka led in the mid-seventies. It clearly demonstrates the quality of your work with the participants, your ability to open the participants’ voices through a personal relationship. I wonder what happened on that specific occasion, because it is visible that something extraordinary happened when you were working with that boy.