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[on why he often makes films about artists] I can think of nobody more valuable than artists, whether in the fact they make paintings or make films or whatever else they do. They seem to me to be a force for positiveness, for creativity, for looking forward. I've already set on my next film about Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncusi
, who was only a shepherd boy and had no money and in 1903 ...
When actors on the set of The Baby of Mâcon
(1993) pointed out that he was introducing continuity errors, Peter replied that 'Continuity is boring.'
His films usually contain scenes in hospitals, where characters are bedridden and immobile.