Alan Zweig (q.v., at ≈24:20):

I have tried to no longer define myself this way, but most of my life I defined myself by my failure at filmmaking. So basically, from 25 to 48, when I was clearly a failure in my eyes, the way I was was like: Somebody would say [Jewishly] “Have this cookie. It’s good.” And I’d be like: Is that cookie going to get me success in film? No? Screw it. I don’t want it. And so I just narrowed my life right down.

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None. I quit.

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