where you're standing

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A limo driver, having no better option, is sewing a neck wound on a woman himself. Her husband, standing behind and watching, asks him:
— Where did you learn to do that?
— Pretty much where you're standing.

Identity, film

Does it mean:

I learned to do it by watching someone else do it, just like you now.

I didn't learn it anywhere — right now in this room I'm doing it for the first time in my life.

Thank you.
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