Teyama and Andrew are a working team, it's strictly professional yet you can feel how their energy feeds off each other. They are currently working on a documentary film and they tell us a bit about how they get the people the film is focused on to feel comfortable and allow for an organic representation of life. At the end of the day they want to tell stories that relay universal experiences, this includes the struggle as well as the high points and they're honest about having an agenda.
With such passion for their careers it can be hard to make time for relationships and this is where prioritizing time is important. This episode shows that it isn't all rainbows and roses but that doesn't mean it won't be worth it.