Yeah. I guess, growing older and having life experiences that teach you that it's okay to be different. It is positive being different and being unique, and everybody's experiences make them who they are, and as a filmmaker, you can bring those elements into your films. I think success has definitely been part of the confidence builder, to know I can take chances. On a broader life level, having kids show you what's important in life. And that comes across in the films by just owning what kind of feelings and tempo and emotions are in it, and not sort of catering to outside sources on it. I had studios and producers involved, each with their opinions, but in the end, I really had to just look inside and decide, what do I feel? Do I feel anything from that scene? If so, then that should stay. If not, and even though it might be a nice image, if I don't feel it, then I don't care if the producers love it - I'm going to take it out.