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so you knock on the door of AMC ,10th century then sci-fi or the sci-fi
channel then Fox then Hulu theater. you know that. one with a combo of arrogance
and ignorance and a whole lot of bravado you then show that in your film, and they [woman in top hat pitches film]
all agree it's wonderful. then they smile and they tell you to
leave and then no they don't validate parking.
you can't believe it. why wouldn't they want your movie? this makes no sense
whose fault it is you don't know but it's definitely not yours that your
movie didn't just make bank so you sheepishly ask why, they say why?
distribution. huh well Disney for example Disney has a stream of 40 big movies a
year ,and most are gently some are good. Disney has distribution. they have a team [Disney blockbusters pictured]
of salespeople who relentlessly give out Lakers tickets to the theater managers
and owners, and unlike you Disney has the muscle the threatened to hold back the
next Star Wars sequel if the theater manager doesn't book boss baby 4: the
bloodletting, for 12 weeks with minimum. money guarantees got it ?so Disney has
distribution and you don't. that's distribution .power. power to book films
into theaters so Disney's films get paid for made and seen by millions while
yours well they never leave the cutting room floor , ie your parents basement.
well maybe next life, go to law school. [girl smiles from parent's basement]