Yes, it’s always a challenge. When you give a kid tons of sugar, he accumulates so many carbohydrates that he becomes addicted to sugar, and if something doesn’t have as much sugar, it’s tasteless to him. Ninety percent of the film industry is targeted to 10-14-year-old kids and, in the name of entertainment, brutal atrocities have been committed. The language can already be an obstacle, especially among cultures that are not used to reading subtitles or seeing themselves in other people. They have to see people like themselves on the screen in order to understand anything. It’s hard for them to accept that the world exists beyond their own culture. It’s hard for them. But this movie has an extra obstacle: It touches a deeper, more human subject matter. When you add these obstacles, you know that you’re reducing your market. But I couldn’t be more proud of the movie. I did it because I could not have subordinated it to those interests that have nothing to do with the movie. I knew there would be consequences, but that is secondary. The important thing is the story itself.