Taking credit for it that day would be a terrible thing — a terrible, terrible thing,” Teller says. “That’s answering the question that you must not answer.” Now, again, his voice leaves him. That afternoon took something close to actual sorcery, following years of anticipation and planning. But more than anything, it required a man whose love for magic is so deep he can turn deception into something beautiful.”
— Oh god how lame is it that a profile of Teller makes me feel all the things I am feeling! It is the fucking lamest. But jesus, yes, deception is important and so is never admitting it. What do you think a story is, asshole.