Mr. King, I'm a huge fan and have been so for a couple years now. Ironically, at least to me, The Green Mile was the first book that I read of yours and it was the first book to get me hooked on reading. I say it's ironic because it wasn't until I read that book that I realized that I wanted to be a writer; and now, I'm 18 and about to attend college for screenwriting and directing. And as such, I've been critiquing movies and making notes and such, but then I found your movies. Children of the Corn was by far the most interesting, despite the mushroom cloud monster (I mean no disrespect) and the Shining was the most fulfilling. I like how there's was a large focus on Jack's transition, even if the dialogue got stale after a while. Basically, sir, how'd you direct these films to be as great as they are?