Interview just out of Christoph Waltz in which he talks about watching Tarzan movies as a kid, and also seeing Greystoke. Best quote:
And, also, I think the very purpose of a story – especially a story like this, which is half-fantasy, half-real, half-folk tale – is that it ties into some form of the collective subconscious. It’s known all over. It’s very close to some form of mythology already. Mythology and stories of that kind – and stories altogether – create meaning. They’re designed for the listener or viewer to make sense of the world. I just want to assist in facilitating that on screen for the spectator to project himself into. That’s why I don’t talk about the characters I play. I don’t want you to see what I thought about the character. I want you to see what you think about the character.