The other day my daughter remarked how ‘she could only see who wrote or acted the story (who brought it to life) after a play in the theater; not after a movie’.
I explained to her how the credits at the end of the movie tell us the answer.
The conversation started when I told her that she could make anything she dreamed of a reality … and used a movie as an example.
Person has vision in their head -> Person writes story, pitches movie, and produces it -> movie becomes reality.
It takes a lot of time, energy, dedication, and persistence to transmute our dreams into reality.
That’s what the credits are there to remind us of.
It’s too bad we sometimes ignore them.