I really like "My sled!"
But a better video would footage of actors standing around not saying anything. You know those few seconds before the scene starts where the camera is rolling but someone else somewhere isn't ready to go yet.
I agree with Tom -- most civilians already think that that a writer's role in production is that of a phrasemaker. Critics only ever mention the screenplay if they notice a joke.
The true version would show actors waiting to be hired, wardrobe standing idle, drivers waiting to know what kind of location they need to get the equipment to... and, for that extra element of authenticity, a director giving an interview and claiming all credit for a movie's theme and structure.
This is actually a world with bad writers.
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