Walter L. Hill II | Thomas Lee
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[on working with Charles Bronson
] Well, Charlie does things in terms of performance that are hard for a lot of other people to comprehend as being part of an actor's tool, and that is being visually interesting. There is a great poetry in Charlie's face. With just a look, he can suggest moods that are quite interesting...
Credits his spare writing style to an enormous influence on him from Alexander Jacobs
's script for
, which he read while initially trying to enter the film industry.
At least one character in many of his films drives a Sky Blue Cadillac Convertible. e.g. 48 Hours, Brewster's Millions, Red Heat