They’re the ghost drivers on any film production: Cheap lies that inevitably come charging towards you like the multi-axis super trucks tend to do in action-packed blockbusters, at the most foolish of moments.
Born dim-witted and no progress to date? If that is the case and you’re not starring as Jim Carrey in “Dumb and dumber”, it’s probably in your best interest to avoid a career in film business. Stupid mistakes and excuses in film production should ideally be as rare as hen’s teeth. While well-established, mega industries like Hollywood rightly so speak of a film industry, film making on this side of the pond often depends on who you know and is driven by a “learning by doing” approach.