I got lucky, because the actors we chose to do this movie understood how precarious our schedule and our ambition was. And also, there were no adults on the set. There was no studio. There was no release date waiting for us. There was no film festival waiting for us. It’s not like we got the call from Sundance like, “Can’t wait to see that once you’re done with it.” We didn’t know anyone. We were totally on our own. And so, as a result, we couldn’t really mess up. The actors came with that kind of seriousness. You know, on a lot of sets, there’s a lot of joking around, because you’re in it for a long time. You’re doing pretty intense work. You need a way to sort of cut loose. On our set, there wasn’t any of that. It was a very serious set, and I like that. I think that’s how we got our work done.