Everyone wants to live life like the movies. They want the perfect everything - perfect body, perfect partner, coolest friends and greatest experiences, all as easily as they seem to come on the silver screen.
Of course, nothing on the silver screen is as simple as it looks. Film making takes a great deal of preparation, logistics, communication, editing, financing and above all, discipline.
The best film makers don't do what they do for the money and glamour it brings any more than the best politicians are about power and fame. They have a story to tell or a vision to implement. They may have fun at what they do, they may indulge in some of the benefits that come from their position, but for the true leaders, what they get never replaces what they leave behind.
Because no one gets everything they want; such is not sustainable and never will be.
Power has to be about balance, as does resource access; when it's not, you're just precipitating a fall.