C: Johnny and Ralph go back many years through their relationship with Hunter [S. Thompson]. Long before the filmmaking process started, so being around Ralph's studio, I came across photographs of Ralph and Johnny, out at a bar or at parties in New York, and I knew those two had a relationship, that they would trust each other within. Johnny obviously couldn't have been there for the full 15 years of the filmmaking, so there was a process of-I would be making a segment of the film, as we went along-once I was happy with the cut of the subject and that particular area of the film, my brilliant producer-wife here, Lucy-who had already started to try to make the connection-would be sending off a segment of the film back to Johnny's cats. I always felt, that Johnny would be the frame to the art. The job of any good frame for a piece of art, it has its own structure, but it doesn't affect the art in any way, it gives it a border. And Ralph, being a crazy, directional person, you point Ralph south, he'll go north. I needed someone to put the edges on, the parameters, the borders to the story. Eventually Johnny's cats got back to Lucy, my wife, they said, "OK, we're ready to go," and it really was a matter of production, finding a way of getting the two together in the same space. I'll let Lucy carry on that story. [to Lucy] Do you wanna add to that?