PETER SUSCHITZKY: The truth is that neither of us know what we’re doing, even while we’re doing it. (chuckles) Well, I can speak for myself. And I can certainly say David is not sure how he’s going to shoot a scene until he comes to look at a rehearsal. And he doesn’t rehearse before the movie. And I’m the same. I make certain preparations so that I know that I’ll be able to photograph—light a scene one way or another, or maybe more than one way—but I don’t make my final decision until the day, until I see the rehearsal. And then I talk with David about how we’re going to break the scene down into shots or whether we’ll shoot it in one shot, et cetera.