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Steven Soderbergh has a new film released this month. ‘Haywire’ is incredibly his 7th feature film in just 5 years, and he has another feature currently in production with Magic Mike, due for release in the summer. Working at such a fast pace Soderbergh jumps from one genre to another, tackling plots as wide as heist comedy capers in Ocean’s Thirteen to large scale historical biopics in the form of Che Part 1 & 2. And although he puts out a lot of releases his films are always interesting, individual and best off all, entertaining! What has got me thinking though, is how although Soderbergh has tackled a wide variety of genres and put his own stamp onto much of his work, he doesn’t really fit comfortable into the Autuer column off film directors.

Whilst many directors create a body of work that reflects their own political and social views and opinions, »

- Will Pond

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