Directed "Two for the Seesaw" on Broadway, for which he won a Tony award, in 1958.
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[on Jean-Luc Godard, 1970] That kind of passion I can't deny, and, as I say, it is brilliantly and artfully done, but I want far more, somehow, in a film, although I can view a film like "Weekend" with awe at the skills, the downright boldness of the man, the outrageous boldness which is a quality I would give a good deal to have more of. But, oh, I do long for a moment when that man comes out ...
The protagonists in his films often tend to be outsiders, either as outlaws (Billy the Kid, Bonnie & Clyde), or cut off from society through circumstance (Little Big Man), disability (Helen Keller) or paranoia (Mickey One).