Well it sounds more like the rest of the company that's not film production is the sinking ship, ironically.
If the film-production division was hurting the company that bad while the rest of it was fine, it'd obviously be axed or sold off.
If the film-production division was doing bad while the rest of it was fine, that wouldn't be news and their credit/finances would be fine.
I think it's obvious which part of the company is a problem. Not a part we have to worry about.
We have to worry about spill-over effects of decisions on the part we care about, and the rest of the company dragging down the film-division..
Last edited by Athiril; 09-30-2011 at 02:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.