Directed commercial "Lucky Star" for Mercedes-Benz, which took the form of a film trailer for a purported (but non-existent) thriller featuring Academy Award-winner Benicio Del Toro
in the lead.
2 Biographical Movies |
14 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
6 Interviews |
3 Articles |
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on influences] You're influenced by who you like. I like Stanley Kubrick
, I like Alain Resnais
immensely. I like Andrei Tarkovsky
, although there's very little in Tarkovsky I'd want to do myself. In fact I fell asleep through half of Solaris
(1972), but I still love it. And Stalker
(1979). He has a Russian, suffering nerve of pace that it's hard to relate to, but you can't help being impressed ...
As of 2007, he has used Mick Gould
as a technical advisor on three of his films: Heat
(2004) and Miami Vice
(2006). For all three of these films, Gould served as a weapons trainer, instructing cast members how to properly handle firearms.
Uses dramatically colored lighting, especially the color blue.