In an apparent effort to combine a celebrity meet-and-greet with every down-talking training video ever made, the MPAA stormed into DC yesterday to give high-ranking members of Congress a lesson: The film industry isn't all glitz and stuff (though Will Smith and Clint Eastwood were on hand), it's a real-live industry where people work and stuff! "The Business Of Show Business" symposium included such remarks from Smith, according to Hollywood Reporter: "There's a real Hollywood.When you consider issues about Hollywood like piracy, it's not just about me and Tom." Along with condescending remarks, industry speakers also hammered home numbers about the money Hollywood could lose to film piracy, and one must sympathize—they've got to pay for their symposia somehow!