3 Biographical Movies |
2 Print Biographies |
1 Interview |
1 Article |
1 Pictorial |
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Watching one's own work is painful. . . . It doesn't matter what the film is. In a way, films are all little tombstones laid end to end with a bit of filler tape holding them together.
He was interviewed at great length by fellow director Steven Soderbergh
for a book, "Getting Away With It", published in 1999. In it he revealed that Sean Connery
had never spoken to him after the box-office failure of Cuba
(1979); that he had lost confidence as a director following the death of his friend Roy Kinnear
, although he did not believe that any negligence had caused it; and also, ...
Frequently has characters in the background making amusing comments about the main action.