Sorry for the OT but I think it's actually very on topic considering what it is that many of us want from our craft. Just watched the film this morning and I have to say, many of the principles have already shown themselves to be true from my own experiences leading up to today. I just never thought of it in the way that it was presented as an entity all it's own. Very worthwhile viewing for me and I think it could inspire many of the rest of you. Now if you want this to be a little more on-topic, could someone tell me who scored this thing? I didnt see a music credit at the end.