Back on the Horse
So they always tell you that when you get knocked down you have to get right back up. Well the 100 hour race knocked me down and tonight is going to be the first time I'm back on set. I'm hopefully that everything tonight goes well but it's a first time director with actors that none of us have ever used before. So many things that can go wrong, but that's what makes filming fun and exciting.
Just because something blows up in your face doesn't mean you should call it in. You should double down and work harder. Give everything you have and then break your back to work harder. That's the only way to get ahead in this world.
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Jonathan Gutheinz vents about everything under the sun.