English lit. major; studied film in school. Now retired.
favorite directors: the usual suspects: Fritz Lang, Jean Pierre Melville, Bergman, Coppola(s), Kurosawa, Robert Bresson.
In my opinion, French film is entirely much more rewarding, provocative and enjoyable.
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