Directed TV commercial for Hollywood chewing-gum (France) in 1998, where a modern Snow White appears nude to a digital-made garden dwarf.
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I grew up watching things like The Brain That Wouldn't Die
(1962) on Saturday afternoon television. There's a guy with his arm ripped off and blood smeared all over the wall. I never saw it as negative. I find that stuff, when it's not rooted in reality, to be cathartic.
Was at one point attached to direct 'Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events' (2004).
Most his films tend to be either dark or colorful, and sometimes contain scenes of both.