Film is not an easy occupation. There’s a lot of occupations that are difficult. Film is one of them. There’s always adversity that you’re faced with. I like to tell students that I talk to that, you know, it’s not a matter of how well can you make a movie. It’s how well can you make it under the circumstance, because there’s always circumstances. You cannot use that as an excuse. You can’t put a title card at the head of the movie and say, “Well, we really had a bad problem. You know, the actor got sick and it rained this day and we had a hurricane.” And you know, you can’t — the cameras broke down — you can’t do that. You simply have to show them the movie and it has got to work and there are no excuses. And so, you really have to focus on what you’re doing and just plow ahead no matter what hurdles are thrown in front of you.