Directed the Miller High Life commercials.
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Once, on the anniversary of the making of Citizen Kane
(1941), I was interviewed by The New York Times. Everybody was somehow lined up to say why 'Kane' was the greatest movie of all time or, if you don't like that hyperbole, the greatest American film of all time. And I said, well no, I don't even think it's the greatest American film of all time. I think Detour
(1945) is. I really like 'Detour'...
In the 2002 Sight & Sound poll, he listed his ten favorite films as: Detour
(1945), There's Always Tomorrow
(1956), Make Way for Tomorrow
(1937), A Man Escaped
(1956) ("A Man Escaped), The Crime of Monsieur Lange
(1936), Nora inu
(1949), The Rise of Louis XIV
(1966), Human Desire
(1954), Ace in the Hole
(1951), and Psycho
[Noir] "Film Noir" stylized cinematography