We did have to make choices in terms of content with telling the story of John Nash. He did incredible work in mathematics. He did his work in game theory which led to the Nobel prize. They are very complex and very significant concepts and ideas that are difficult to delve into deeply and try to convey an understanding to an audience within the timeframe that we had, plus tell the story. So we really stuck more closely to the arc of his life and tried to place it into the context of his times, and also identify those things that he was so known for, in terms of his work. And we tried to get individuals who can speak to his genius, and speak to the value of his work. In that respect, we did have to leave things aside.