Let me just say, as a complete beginner learning how to shoot and edit films, I found this tutorial EXTREMELY helpful. It allowed me to think of films differently and observe a new element to shooting that I had not known about before.
Isn't that what we come here for anyways? To learn. I subscribe to blogs and videos like this to do exactly that. Unfortunately, you can't teach art. That is something you must figure out on your own. It requires an open mind, a knowledge of the basics, and a dialogue between what is popular to do and what can be done differently.
I appreciatie your voice on this subject, as it has allowed me to know how certain filmmakers feel about the above formula. But, I can honestly say that I will be using it in my future videos to help tell my story. I said nothing about doing this technique exclusively, like you assume all new filmmakers would be doing. Nor do I believe the creator of the video assumed either. He was simply showing one way to do it, and in a very convincing and well put together video, I might add.
Thanks for sharing No Film School!