A lot of times when we look at something, you think the person alongside you sees it the same way, when a lot of the times it’s different. If we’re talking about the scene where Omar dies, you have Michael K. Williams going through one set of emotions and thoughts, and then you have the director, Anthony Hemingway, going through another set of thoughts. The actor who played Kenard is going through something else. And the writer who wrote the script is going through something else. So, I just thought all those different perspectives add to create a clear portrait of an event.