MULTIPLE CHOICE, KRISTINE
Is this leadership? Only if it works out just as well this way. You're bound in management to allocate to each according to their ability: the "actor" role is for the useless. It's a Markus job, in that somebody's gotta do it, but it's the last thing on the list. First comes producer stuff, then director stuff, then the workhorse stuff, THEN the talent. That's how this comes together. So put capable, smart, dogged Muna on producer stuff, Kristine's the director because she's perceptive and creative, and Angela's a strong, silent killer who doesn't mind shouldering burdens. Now, they have to stay in pairs because of the vagaries of filming, which means half of them have to go off-site to get things done. That's Angela, and who? I'd say Muna, except you need two actors to begin with. Muna's hard to understand and Angela would be hard to believe, so Kristine has to be the other actor, but you can direct and act at the same time no problem. Send Muna and Angela to do the backup while you're filming, and then -- like Arrow -- the whole team edits it together. That's the only way this could have worked out. But since Muna's being her usual chip-chip-chipping self, Kristine makes the call. I don't think she's thinking about the final product -- and once you see the final product you know that this is above her skill level, no matter what anybody else is doing -- but as far as treating this task like any other task, sometimes you fall on the Muna grenade because it's your best option. Kristine failed here, big-time, but this wasn't her worst decision by a longshot. They hand the script over to Muna, and immediately she starts questioning the actual words of the script, as though they're set in stone: deductive reasoning. "I can't say the Lord's name in vain," she says, in such a tone that you could almost believe she's trying to be like this on purpose. Instead of telling Muna to say whatever the fuck she wants, as long as it sounds like English, Kristine gets bitchy. "God said that I could use it in vain, though."