Rebel Without a Crew: Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player Themes

Robert Rodríguez
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Rodriguez's fascination for filmmaking starts when he's very young. When he's in 5th grade he draws cartoons, and a few years later he even makes claymation movies, which shows unusual patience and determination for a child. He wants to see the finished product and is willing to work as long as it takes for this. It is the same determination that leads him to believe that he can direct a movie for only $7,000. Not only does he accomplish this but he does so in just over two weeks and in spite of the uncooperative weather.

Having to spend thirty days as a lab rat at Pharmaco tests Rodriguez's patience to no end and he even feels humiliated there, but ultimately, he knows that he is raising much needed money for his movie. Therefore, he is determined to stay until the end and collect his $3,000 check. This particular episode...

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