JG-L: Yeah, it is, and again, it went kind of perfectly for us, I knew that we couldn't make this movie at a big company. Because it's too off the, you know, the norm. So we wouldn't be able to spend lots of money. We did it for low money, and the plan was to do it for low money, independently, play it at Sundance and hopefully someone would pick it up. Fortunately that's what happened. It's really the best-case scenario, because Relativity [Media] is really putting their money where their mouth is, and the thing is, when I was writing it, I always conceived of it as a mainstream movie, because it's about mainstream culture. And I really believe that saying, that the medium is the message. And I think this movie would have a different impact on a viewer in the context of a mainstream movie as opposed to the context of, you know, an art-house flick that's only gonna get seen by cinephiles. And not just for the sake of it being popular, but because of what the movie's about, the movie's about mainstream culture. So when the movie itself is within mainstream culture, that changes the context, that sort of reinforces and supports the whole point of the movie, whereas if it were more of an outsider's movie, of a niche movie, or, I mean, even if the movie were the same, but it were in that context, I think that context wouldn't support the point of the movie as well. It wouldn't have the same impact on the people who see it. So I'm really glad Relativity did make that investment and believes in it enough, even though it's not your typical Hollywood movie.