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Brad Pitt prefers production Last Updated : 05 Oct 2013 01:49:57 PM IST Brad Pitt (File Photo)
Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt says he prefers to go behind the camera rather than working in front of it.
The 49-year-old actor said he likes the creativity of putting the pieces together, media reported.
"As I get older, I am enjoying more the production side of things not being so forefront in the camera the creativity of putting the pieces together," he said.
The actor said he loves films of '60s and '70s.
"I'm a fan of film first and was since I was a little boy sitting in Missouri. I go back to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and All the President's Men. And Dr Strangelove is still the funniest film I have ever seen.
"There Will Be Blood is one of my absolute favourites; incredible, a whole film dedicated to someone's hatred," he added.
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