Moviemaker Wes Anderson refuses to watch his films on the big screen - because he hates spotting errors in his work.
The director is behind a string of box office hits including The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox.
But as soon as Anderson finishes production on his pictures, he never looks at them again.
He tells Britain's Independent newspaper, "I don't rewatch them at all. It's not really a fun experience, because all I see is things that I feel, 'Okay we did fix that and get that right, but that bit's not as I'd like.' That's no fun at all."
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