I actually don't want to show Moses as a powerful figure. When you read the passages, he wasn't. He was described as the most humble of his time. He was submissive to a power that was greater than him which to me, was the beauty of the story. I wanted to show more of the "before the grand scene" moment. When he braces himself for whats about to happen. I wasnt really going for the hollywood two huge walls of ocean on both sides. I was looking more for an intimate piece. Where you're right there with him.