"What makes a masterpiece"? Some writers would stop at a vision. But rare are those who would have the vigor to bring a visionary idea to life. It takes a few dozen lighting technicians, engineers, production managers, showrunners, thespians, best boys, gaffers, grips, craftspeople, cobblers and rocket scientists to achieve it. Each of them dedicated to a precise, expert task. Each of them a crucial part of an elaborate scheme in order to elicit a singular emotion. But a masterpiece is more, still. Through the changes time brings to our perception, a masterpiece remains relevant; poignant; the zeitgeist, the nostalgia soundtrack to our lives. It owes as much to art as it does to science. There is no precise method to secure the result; save one ... to keep pushing farther. And that will always make it worth celebrating.