The next light bulb was really just the one that says, “Just do it. Just pick up a camera and start shooting something.” Don’t wait to be asked because nobody is going to ask you and don’t wait for the perfect conditions because they’ll never be perfect. It’s a little bit like having a child. If you wait until the right time to have a child you’ll die childless, and I think film making is very much the same thing. You just have to take the plunge and just start shooting something even if it’s bad. You can always hide it but you will have learned something, you know.