This weekend, I will be going to the Amalfi Coast, as previously discussed. We're going to Rome tomorrow, where we will explore the Colosseum, the Senate, and San Clemente, which is built on multiple layers of history, with the oldest piece at the bottom. I'm very excited. In the evening, I'll be staying over to explore the city and do whatever I wish to do.
Today, I did three interviews, two of which ran over 40 minutes and were very good. However, it was very tiring after all of that. I've almost reached 10 hours, which is a little behind my 12 hour schedule that was outlined for projected completion by this time, but it's still very much on track.
At this point, I'm starting to freak out a little bit and wonder how it's all going to piece together, but I've got a lot of confidence that things are going to go well. I'm reviewing each piece after it's done, taking notes, and keeping a meticulous outline and flowchart.
Bruce Kiesling is interested in composing the score. Hopefully this will work well, as I've wanted to work with him for a while.
A lot of people have no idea the amount of time and effort that goes into directing a film, especially in the documentary realm.
When I say there are "people-who-don't-deserve-to-be-here," I'm referring to the people who don't appreciate the landmarks and experiences that they can be exploring.
These are individuals who find these places boring; the people who want to go to McDonald's, and have no desire to experience culture.
There are many who wish they could be able to travel around the world and see places, but can never afford or be given the opportunity to do it.
When people who are given everything can't take a moment to appreciate it, I'm always ticked.
I've had to work hard to accomplish many of the things that I have done, and have been given many opportunities by caring individuals that want to see me succeed.
By rejecting the chances that are given to you, I feel like you're rejecting the help people have given you over the years.
But it's only my opinion, whatever it's worth.