I think it’s true, not just in our business, I think it’s true culturally. Everything has to be candid, has to be direct. It has to be commercially accessible. And I think that we’re pretty…well stuck with that. I guess the big point I’m trying to make is that films have always been commercial, you know. And I think that no one ever wants to make a film and say, “I don’t want anybody to see it,” but people did say, “I want to make this film, and I want to make this film because of…because I believe in it.” It has to do with your view of life, it has to do with what you consider being an artist is.
(from Something’s Gonna Live, directed by Daniel Raim)