Interviews are tense and nerve-wracking affairs. James Scott starts to feel the nerves right before his interview and feels the tension as he stares into his face in the mirror right before his meeting.
The next thing that happens is that James sits in front of the interviewer and is asked questions about himself and his day. James doesn't know what to reveal to the man across the table and he struggles to answer the questions.
How much can we reveal before we reveal to much and we expose the inner part of ourselves to other people?