Redford, writes movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, "created a utopia in the middle of conservative Utah for successful filmmakers to interact with young filmmakers, and thus Sundance — the laboratory and festival — was born."
Weinstein also praises Redford’s acting ability, his long-running battle of practical jokes with his late friend Paul Newman, and the fact that when Redford and Weinstein go to lunch, "Bob always gets away without paying the bill."
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