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Robert B. Altman
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All of my films deal with the same thing: striving, socially and culturally, to stay alive. And once any system succeeds, it becomes its own worst enemy. The good things we create soon create bad things. So nothing is ever going to be Utopian, and when I make films like Nashville
(1975) and [Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson
(1976)], it's not to say we're the worst ...
In the recent past, the New York Film Critics Circle Awards (founded in 1935) were second in prestige only to the Academy Awards (and some actors and filmmakers such as double Oscar-winner Glenda Jackson
considered it a superior honor) and were a major influence on subsequent Oscar nominations. The Golden Globe Awards, which were plagued by scandals related to its small, unrepresentative voting ...
In his films, we often see and hear characters from outside a window, or from a distance.