Hi. I'm a big fan of your podcast and while I sometimes don't agree with you I needed to give my two cents here on the concept of nudity and filmmaking. As you talked about nudity and whether it was gratuitous for many films, the comment was made that nudity was often put in seemingly as a business decision and it didn't further the story. I know where you're coming from but I think you need to do a better job of reminding people that film IS a business. If you want to be an indie filmmaker and not make millions that's fine. But many who listen to the pod want to get into the business of film. They want the $500mill budget films. They want the blockbuster. And that is the film BUSINESS, not artistic filmmaking. If Margot Robbie nude can deliver a 10% increase at the box office it is prudent (maybe required) for the studio to put it in the film. I once did an interview with Roger Corman (back in the 90's). He talked about his films, and his budgets, nudity, and everything that made a Corman film. When asked about the artistic motives behind his choices he was candid, "For me the film business is about business, there's no art there. My audience wants nudity, sex, blood, violences. That's what I give them. aA Formula. Filmmaking is business. If I want to do art, I paint. I got into film to make money." Your podcast is great, but I think you could add more for those interested in the "business of filmmaking", not the "art of filmmaking". Those are two sides of the same entertainment coin and I think should be talked about even more, and your listeners may find it very interesting.