Most of the headlines just basically talked about rich kids or influencers who went and got stuck on an island — to me, that felt like a very one-dimensional story. I was interested to see if there was something else there. I was interested in trying to put a human face on the story and take you on the journey, try to create something that felt more relatable. [I wanted to] help the audience understand [how] the people that actually were on the ground, that were working with Fyre, were experiencing this.