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  • Where did that confidence come from?

    這種自信從何而來?

  • You, John and the rest of the group in the troop t to be able to really believe you could pull it off to pitch that I mean, that's a lot of cops.

    你,約翰和其餘的人在部隊裡... ...要能夠真正相信你能把它關閉... ...來投球,我的意思是,這是一個很大的警察。

  • Get a feeling.

    感受一下。

  • Yeah, just just get a feeling you think the other guy's pretty good and you think I think we could do something interested and then you get a little bit excited about it.

    是啊,只是有一種感覺,你覺得對方的相當不錯,你覺得我覺得我們可以做一些感興趣的事情,然後你就會有點興奮。

  • It's really is.

    它真的是。

  • It's a simple as that you just get you just get excited.

    就這麼簡單,你只是得到你只是興奮。

  • And you see, in those days the BBC was acting out of confidence.

    你看,那時候的BBC是出於自信。

  • And if you're dealing with an organization that acts out of confidence, then you can find out what the decision making process is and you can get a decision.

    而如果你面對的是一個失信於人的組織,那麼你可以瞭解一下決策過程是什麼,你可以得到一個決定。

  • If the organization is running out of fear.

    如果組織已經沒有了恐懼。

  • You can't really find out who's taking the decision, and you find it's all about committees who get together and and make sure that nobody is out of step because your fear out of step, you could be proved wrong.

    你無法真正找出誰在做決定,你會發現都是一些委員會在一起,確保沒有人失步,因為你害怕失步,你可能被證明是錯誤的。

  • Or as if everyone in the committee agrees with you, you kind of safe because you all made the mistake together.

    或者說,如果委員會里的每個人都同意你的觀點,你算是安全了,因為你們一起犯了錯誤。

  • So you get you get groupthink.

    所以,你得到你得到群體思維。

  • You just get a group of people who think they know what they're talking about when they have honestly, no idea It all on they seem to think I often get on commercials has happened on the spec savers commercial.

    你只是得到了一群人誰認為他們知道他們在談論什麼,當他們有誠實,不知道這一切,他們似乎認為我經常得到的商業廣告已經發生在規範儲蓄者商業。

  • Rated that when you faII first meet you, they all fawn all over you and so wonderful you are.

    當你第一次見到你的時候,他們都對你讚不絕口,你是如此美妙。

  • When you finally gets down the decisions about the entity, they know better than you dio and does that type of group think or fear based decision making, kill any creativity or any gems.

    當你終於得到了關於實體的決定,他們知道比你更好的迪奧和做這種類型的群體思維或恐懼的決策,殺死任何創造力或任何寶石。

  • Yeah, Yeah, because what they want to do is to repeat something.

    是啊,是啊,因為他們想做的是重複的東西。

  • They want to know what they're getting.

    他們想知道他們得到了什麼。

  • So they make a film that's, ah, sequel or a prequel.

    所以他們拍的電影是,啊,續集或前傳。

  • Oh, if they can't do that, then they buy well known book or comic or something like that, and they just they just follow that.

    哦,如果他們不能做到這一點,然後他們買知名的書籍或漫畫或類似的東西,他們只是他們只是按照這個。

  • You see, the thing is, when you have people operating out of confidence that they can trust their gut and not do everything, I'm sort of ticking boxes.

    你看,事情是這樣的,當你讓人們出於信心去操作,他們可以相信自己的直覺,而不是什麼都做,我算是在打勾。

  • And we were lucky because in the sixties and seventies, when I was working in television, we had people there like Bill Cotton.

    我們很幸運,因為在六七十年代,當我在電視臺工作時,我們有像比爾-科頓這樣的人在那裡。

  • It was just wonderful.

    這真是太好了。

  • Very wise, very smart.

    非常明智,非常聰明。

  • They knew show business they've bean in, It'll their lives on.

    他們知道他們在演藝圈裡的地位,這將是他們的生命。

  • That was a delight.

    那是一種享受。

  • And you see, in those days, the BBC had confidence because they had the license fee and that meant they were not pushed around by market forces.

    你看,在那些日子裡,BBC有信心,因為他們有許可費,這意味著他們不會被市場力量所左右。

  • You won't believe this, Brown.

    你不會相信的,布朗

  • When we were doing Marty Python, we didn't know what the viewing figures were.

    我們在做《馬蒂-蟒蛇》的時候,我們不知道收視率是多少。

  • Hm, because it didn't matter.

    哼,因為這並不重要。

  • People just sort of shake their heads and say, we don't know.

    人們只是有點搖頭說,我們不知道。

  • We didn't know we were interested in a thing called the AI, which is the appreciation index.

    我們不知道我們對一個叫AI的東西感興趣,就是升值指數。

  • Which is what?

    哪個是什麼?

  • The number of people who thought it was especially good.

    認為特別好的人數。

  • That was what we were after.

    這就是我們所追求的。

  • We never knew how many people watched us, but then what happened is a man called John Birt took the BBC over on, but I think was a person who did everything with his Left Hemisphere was never judged everything on the basis of his feeling.

    我們永遠不知道有多少人看著我們,但後來發生的事情是一個叫約翰-伯特的人把BBC上,但我認為是一個人誰做的一切與他的左半球從來沒有判斷一切的基礎上,他的感覺。

  • It was all done with statistics, and they began to get scared that if they didn't put in the audiences that ITV did, they might get their license fee taken away.

    都是用統計數據來做的,他們開始害怕,如果不像ITV那樣投入觀眾,他們可能會被收走牌照費。

  • So once they took that decision, they were under exactly the same commercial pressures that the commercial companies were.

    所以一旦他們做出這個決定,他們所面臨的商業壓力和商業公司完全一樣。

  • So all the advantages of the license fee were thrown away by that one completely half witted decision.

    所以,牌照費的所有優勢都被那一個完全半智的決定給丟掉了。

  • And has it been making fear based decisions since?

    而此後是否一直在做基於恐懼的決定?

  • Yes, I think there may well the main fear.

    是的,我想這可能是主要的恐懼。

  • They haven't The BBC is losing their job, which is why there's nobody there with any courage, Right?

    他們沒有 BBC正在失去他們的工作,這就是為什麼那裡沒有人有任何勇氣,對嗎?

  • See what I mean?

    明白我的意思了吧?

  • They're all frightened and they wanna work in committees and you can't get a decision out of them, and they're just hopeless.

    他們都很害怕,他們想在委員會里工作,而你卻不能從他們那裡得到一個決定,他們只是沒有希望。

  • My agent said to me recently is very bright 40 year old.

    我的經紀人最近對我說是很聰明的40歲。

  • He said he'd rather deal negotiate with anyone rather than the BBC.

    他說,他寧願和任何人交易談判,而不是BBC。

  • They're just a bunch of people clinging together trying to hang on to their jobs.

    他們只是一群緊緊抱在一起的人,試圖堅持自己的工作。

  • And there's none of that excitement.

    而沒有那種興奮的感覺。

  • Or let's try this.

    或者讓我們試試這個。

  • Let's this on the word quality.

    讓這個在品質這個詞上。

  • We used to talk about quality programs, and I talked to somebody who worked for the murder on, he said.

    我們曾經談論過高質量的節目,我和某人談過,他說,他曾為謀殺案工作過。

  • You never heard the phrase.

    你從來沒有聽說過這句話。

  • It was only viewing figures.

    這只是觀賞性的數字。

  • It was never about the quality, intrinsic quality of the program it doesn't exist because you can't measure it, but you can't measure the number of people watching it.

    這從來都不是節目的品質、內在品質的問題,它不存在,因為你無法衡量它,但你無法衡量觀看它的人數。

  • So that's when Murdoch started taking over in television on dragging us down down market in various ways.

    所以這時默多克就開始接手電視,在用各種方式拖垮我們的市場。

  • Has that same attitude carried over into the way we make movies in Britain and even in Hollywood, where it's just again trying to minimize risk or their people out there still doing bold things?

    同樣的態度是否也延續到了我們英國甚至好萊塢的電影製作方式中,只是又想把風險降到最低,還是他們的人在外面還在大膽的做事情?

  • Well, they're The Indies do a lot of the independence of making very good films, very, very good films, and that's great.

    好吧,他們是獨立的製作非常好的電影,非常,非常好的電影,這很好。

  • But it's a it's a big struggle.

    但這是一個... ...這是一個很大的困難。

  • I mean, just before I left England to come down here to the West Indies to get some sun and rest, I did a movie in Yorkshire on it was shot in about three weeks on bond.

    我的意思是,就在我離開英國來西印度群島晒太陽和休息之前,我在約克郡拍了一部電影,它是在大約三個星期的時間裡拍攝的,在債券上。

  • Everyone seemed to be from the Yorkshire air except from the for the cast, and there was a sense of community about it, which was absolutely lovely on that that can't be replaced.

    每個人似乎都是來自約克郡的空氣,除了從為演員,有一種社區的感覺,這是絕對可愛的上,無法取代。

  • That feeding everybody was from the same part of England.

    那喂大家是來自英國的同一個地方。

  • I love that almost everyone, except for the director of one cameraman on when I did the bond movies, I only ever did to incident.

    我愛的是,幾乎每個人,除了導演的一個攝影師上,當我做的債券電影,我只做過事件。

  • And I did four days on bond movies over four years, so it never really pulled my life off balance.

    四年來我做了四天的債券電影, 所以它從來沒有真正拉我的生活平衡。

  • But when I was doing the bond movies, it was lovely.

    但當我拍邦德電影的時候,它是可愛的。

  • Down there at the Pinewood Studios, there were people whose grandfathers had worked on Dr No and the atmosphere was great.

    在松林製片廠那裡,有一些人的祖父曾參與過《Dr No》的拍攝,氣氛很好。

  • But now, of course, they made in Prague because it's cheaper.

    但現在,當然,他們在布拉格製造,因為它更便宜。

  • So everything is about money and everything is about people who are primarily interested money and who are very much more frightened of losing it than sort of making it by doing something a bit special.

    所以一切都與錢有關,一切都與那些主要對錢感興趣的人有關,他們非常害怕失去錢,而不是那種通過做一些特別的事情來賺取錢。

  • And that comes out on the screen, right?

    然後就會出現在螢幕上,對嗎?

  • You might not know it consciously, but subconsciously, you know, it's just not the same as if those other factors were in place.

    你可能在意識上不知道,但在潛意識裡,你知道,這和其他那些因素的作用是不一樣的。

  • That's right.

    是的

  • There's a lot of stuff that goes on in our unconscious levels that we really don't know about on.

    有很多東西,在我們的潛意識層面,我們真的不知道上。

  • I think I get onto my own private hobby horses, a lot of conventions of filming that everyone accepts because they're all in the books about some photography.

    我想我上我自己的私人愛好馬,很多約定俗成的拍攝方式,大家都接受,因為他們都在書本上關於一些攝影。

  • Andi, I think they're wrong because I think they're sending the wrong unconscious messages to audiences, but that's a huge topic.

    安迪,我認為他們錯了,因為我認為他們向觀眾傳遞了錯誤的無意識資訊,但這是一個巨大的話題。

Where did that confidence come from?

這種自信從何而來?

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