Some documentaries have a section of Man on the street interviews, trying to gleen what the average person knows about a particular issue. I thought it sounded like a great idea as well, so we shot in downtown New York for a day on Times Square and acquired a bunch of great “Man on the street” responses. We asked questions that were similar to a 2006 national Zogby poll that was taken on the subject and placed the response percentages information in the Times Squares billboards. While I was very happy with how the section turned out in the end it played out as long and somewhat redundant. It slowed the film down to much in that section, so it got cut from the film. Here is the deleted scene.