chapter  14
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It’s much more common to run into postlock changes than to work on a movie whose structure is set in stone. Changes happen, and it’s unimportant why. To survive these annoying reshuffl ings of your editorial deck, you can’t take them as a personal affront; they’re just part of making movies. When you get the “Oh, by the way” news that the picture editor has turned the fi lm upside down yet the temp dub is still scheduled for Thursday, quietly throw your brief tantrum, then come up with a plan.