I remember Jim saying to us, you know, it’s going to be quit scary; you are going to only have 2 1/2 maybe inches to breathe in some parts of this take towards the end, the ceiling is false so if you get scared just hit the ceiling and you can come up. So the water starts to come in and come in and I start to think “shit”, it kept on coming and Leo was still under the water finding the key and there’s an underwater camera so he could not see what I was doing. And I was really freaking out and the camera operator didn’t know whether I was acting or really getting scared. And by this point I was panicking, really panicking, really screaming. And I’m hitting this thing and it was stuck. It was completely stuck. And I remember Simon Crane who was the UK stunt coordinator, who fortunately I knew, could tell whether I was acting or not acting. And he said he could hear by the aggression in my banging that I couldn’t get it open and he pried it back and pulled me out of there thankfully because I had no air left.