Our artists are very good technicians. They have sensibility and artistic balance. But quite often they lack in creation. I have one artist here in my studio in New York. She's a good painter, but she has problems of creating her own stuff, of inventing. She can copy from a postcard, but when she has to do other things she has a tough time. She knows it. Not everybody can do great things.
There's one painting that historically would have been better, ... because it was painted at the beginning of the Impressionist movement, and the one we're using is painted later. In the script they say, 'This is a very important painting because it was painted at start of the Impressionists,' and that's not really true. It was painted a few years later. But they selected the painting for purely visual reasons -- that they would capture better on camera, that it was more appealing, that it would catch the eye better.