34 wins & 65 nominations.
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"Transcendental Style in Film: Ozu, Bresson, Dreyer". Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 0306803356
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[recalling Los Angeles in the late 60s] There was a big change in Hollywood because of two films. One was Paint Your Wagon
(1969) and the other was Hello, Dolly!
(1969). They were both mega-budget films in the old way and they tanked and sent their companies to the edge of bankruptcy. There was a real panic about what the young people wanted. And there was a period when the financiers were ...
Has frequently written about characters who are lonely, isolated, surrounded by the seedy side of sex. Hardcore, Taxi Driver, American Gigolo, etc.