Peter believed that documentary films could really change people’s minds—change the world and make it a better place. He was a good sparring partner. You could really discuss films with him and you could really talk about the world. He was such a wise guy and such a generous guy because he shared everything he knew…Peter and I were soul mates—partners in crime! I will keep on working in Peter’s spirit, and in my own spirit.
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