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I don't like to spell things out for an audience. I don't like to have the audience know where the next scene is gonna be or where the next shot is gonna be - that's something called 'show and tell.' A typical example of that would be when one character says to another, 'I'm gonna meet you around the corner in a half an hour.' And the next cut is to - around the corner in half an hour! A lot of ...
Often goes to extreme lengths to get the desired realism in his scenes. Infamous examples include the illegal car chase from The French Connection
(1971) (which employed a stunt driver racing amidst unsuspecting drivers and pedestrians), and his effective tactics to get certain reactions from his actors in The Exorcist
(1973) (discharging firearms close to the actors' ears, slapping them in the ...
Frequently uses a hand-held camera in action sequences