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Type: Director
Nationality: Australian
Date of Birth: 08/21/1944


 

Peter Weir Quotes > I've become wary of...

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I've become wary of interviews in which you're forced to go back over the reasons why you made certain decisions. You tend to rationalize what you've done, to intellectually review a process that is often intuitive.
Peter Weir

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