President Obama has outsourced a major portion of the U. S. space program to the Russians. That's national policy. Taxpayer money. So let's stop playing games with this outsourcing distortion and talk about the fact that when we need is a president that knows how to manage big enterprise and create jobs.
That's such a big part of film scoring that people don't realize. There's a portion of film scoring that's writing the music, but a lot of it is how do you get along with the guy you're working with, how do you interpret what he wants? It's so subjective, you know? Your version of sad is probably different than my version of sad. It's my job to figure out what your vision of sad looks like.
The things that are the hardest are the things that are due the quickest. The more time you have the easier it is to come up with things and navigate. I think the other things that are tough are films that are very, very subtle. Where there are little tiny nuances that make a big difference.
The day after the Republican convention ended, there was another political bomb that was dropped on the U. S. presidential election  from Russia. The day after the Republican convention ended, right before the Democratic Convention began we got what U. S. intelligence agencies believed to be the next big Russian incursion into our election. We got the first WikiLeaks dump.