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During the '60s I would go to see one of my double bills on 42nd Street. It was interesting. You see glossy million-dollar Hollywood productions and they're boring. None of my films are. They may be tacky or crudely made, but they're never dull. Theatrical . . . very theatrical. Like filmed stage plays. They look like cinema verite because of the blow-up grain and mobility of the camera. A lot of...
Profiled in "Cinema Inferno: Celluloid Explosions from the Cultural Margins" by Robert G. Wiener and John Cline.
Swirl camera; spinning the camera and pointing it to the ground during moments of violence.