Filmmaking is a risky endeavour. In your mind, there’s an awesome final product that your brain got busy creating, and it’s going to take loads of other people getting creative for your vision to work -sort of. Woody Allen is famous for being disappointed in his final films because he falls short of realising his grand vision (except for a few). Allen is, however, a filmmaker reputed for his smooth shoots and his low-key style of directing. Many other directors have encountered obstacles of biblical size in order to achieve their vision.
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