And even if "some people" have, some people have also won $200 million lotteries.
There's nothing "simplistic" about the statement at all. The mindset you describe is foolish.
See above.2) you absolutely can direct this way on several different genres of film , narrative, documentary, etc. if your team is sharp enough to can create magic that is genius. Its not my personal perferred method, but i think that are working examples of success this way and there are some that thrive on this kind of film making,
At best, you'll be salvaging a mess rather than making what you really want. True, at times, it can inspire brilliance. Maybe it'll end up fantastic. It likely won't.
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07-05-2012 11:47 AM
Look, if you don't want it to suck, you need to be prepared. How anyone thinks purposely ignoring preparation in the hopes that something "genius" might happen is a good idea is well beyond me. It's lazy, wishful thinking.