bwv, jackpot, I remember this one. Some dude assume she worked with famous people but she really made documentaries. Answer: didn't consider the relevant facts...agree?

agreed. one of the other choices was "mistakenly assumes that all filmmakers work with famous actors." i almost picked it, but it didnt seem right. the answer was "failed to consider a certain relevant fact."

What was the relevant fact that he failed to consider? I looked at that answer choice and didn't see any relevant fact he failed to consider.

he failed to consider the fact that she's a DOCUMENTARY filmmaker, and they rarely work with celebrities.

I thought the assumption answer was a bit more correct, but I know I struggled between the two answers for a long while: The guy starts off by making the assumption that all famous film directors work with famous actors, and then the other person points out this assumption (I believe the answer asked .. so-and-so disproves ther conclusion by ..)

At the same time, the guy did fail to take into account that she was a documentary film director, but maybe that just points to his assumption that all famous film direcors have worked with famous actors, which is then disproved.

I know he made that assumption, which was wrong, and he also failed to take the info into account .. other thoughts on this one?