Digital Man, on Dec 4 2004, 06:50 PM, said:
okay, then my question is, what was wrong with his movie? Whatever it was, he didn't change it enough to find a distributer who would produce it and put it in cinema's. I'm all for protecting your creative baby's integrity, but if you want to succeed, you need to produce something that is in demand. WHatever it was that he was producing, ovbiously wasn't in demand, which left him with two choices.
Stick with it, or change it to something that WAS wanted. He obviously never changed it into something that was wanted, otherwise he would have been able to sell it. I can't judge if that was the right decision mind you, as 'right' and 'profitable' aren't always the same thing
Absolutely true, but if you fail at first you try again. You learn more, you make new friends and you keep trying. yes, failure grinds you down, and it keeps you down, only if you let it.
at least, that's what I believe.