“Real life is actually a lot more beautiful and rich with detail and nuance, but you'll miss it if you're constantly comparing your real life to fantasies," he said in an interview with FOX411.
"To me, the basic story is a guy whose every facet of his life is a one-way street. He's not connecting or engaging with anything and just going through the motions and just checking the boxes. The church is no exception. He's got his checklist of the things he's supposed to do and he does them," he said.