The 1990s are rightfully called the golden decade of cinema. The movie industry would spend millions of dollars on actors and special effects, and independent studios were not afraid of dealing with very serious topics. Every year, the movies we still rewatch every now and then were released on the big screen. But during the production of many of those films, the directors often had arguments with the owners of studios, actors had to make sacrifices for their roles, and the entire film crew was under the pressure of the viewer’s expectations and someone else’s ambitions. And sometimes, there was a story from before the start of the shooting process that could change the entire perception of the film.