Foreword for The Complete Peanuts:
1965 to 1966
4 Interviews |
4 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
6' 3" (1.91 m)
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'Indie' has been used to describe so many things it's become meaningless. I work the way I work probably because of my personality. I like making a lot of work without a lot of fanfare, and I like to experiment.
The most repeatedly read authors in his library are Robert Musil (particularly, The Man Without Qualities), Montaigne (the essays), Beckett (the novels), Moliere, Joseph Roth, and Thomas Hardy.
The comedy and drama of Hartley's films often revolves around men and women who come into conflict with societal norms. He is famous for a characteristic style which includes unconventional cinematic language, un-naturalistic dialogue, and deliberate movement.