In "Who needs Bollywood" we have a story of adventure, one where an instructor striving to really enrich their (business) students ' lives through exposing them to new experiences and ideas does indeed enable and unleash that potentiality. And it's delightful and inspiring what is experienced, what is opened up, what is explored. But all this hope and care and beauty and energy is then crushed, destroyed by the traditions and conventions of the academy, by managerialist and functionalist concerns and demands. Yes, I recognise this scene. I have had a bit part to play in this beautiful but brutal game.