5 Biographical Movies |
16 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
33 Interviews |
34 Articles |
4 Pictorials |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 4" (1.63 m)
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If I continue to make films about New York, they will probably be set in the past. The "new" New York I don't know much about. It's not that I'm against contemporary film. I'm open to it in general, but I find the new colors of the city, the new Times Square, kind of shocking. I guess I'm stuck in a time warp.
Says the only thing he regrets in his career is that he was only able to make The Last Temptation of Christ
(1988) on a small budget although he imagined it to be a grand version.
Often uses long tracking shots (His most famous is from Goodfellas
(1990), following Henry Hill and his future wife Karen through the basement of the Copacabana night-club and ending up at a newly prepared table). A notoriously difficult shot to perfect, he has been dubbed by some as the "King of the Tracking Shot".