5 edition of Brian De Palma found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 155-156.Filmography: p. 157-164.
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He had a poor relationship with his father, and would secretly follow him to record his adulterous behavior; this would eventually inspire the teenage character played by in De Palma's 1980 film.
Initially, I wrote about the films in a straightforward chronological order but towards its completion, it was decided that I should rank them in preferential order. Over the course of his four-decade filmmaking career, De Palma has turned out some of the movie industry's most remembered—and controversial—films.
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De Palma has also expressed dissatisfaction with both the production of the film and the final product. The result of his experience with adapting The Demolished Man was the 1978 science fiction psychic thriller filmstarring, and.
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Some critics, however, hailed it as a masterpiece. In an interview with Joseph Gelmis from 1969, De Palma described the film as "very good and very successful. Inspired less by the thrillers of Hitchcock than by the groundbreaking cinematic agitprop ofthis was a film designed to serve as a snapshot of the times and while it much of it may inevitably Brian De Palma dated today, the energy and humor still comes through 20 "The Black Dahlia" 2006 : Inspired by the infamous unsolved murder that captivated America in the Forties, this adaptation of the novel following a pair of police detectives and whose investigation of the brutal murder of an aspiring starlet leads them into a web of madness and deceit that includes madness, the smut picture racket, shady housing deals, corruption and a rich bisexual tease and her twisted family.
We Brian De Palma back and reshot it. Renowned paleontologist Robert De Palma is Brian De Palma's cousin. The sound part comes first. Some are better than others but with few exceptions, they are all the work of a singular director with a singular vision that stand out all the more amidst its committee-created competition and which make even his weakest efforts more interesting than the best works of most other filmmakers working today.
5 "" 1987 : This crowd-pleasing screen version of the old television show chronicling the Prohibition-era war in the streets of Chicago between straight-laced government agent Elliot Ness and famed mob boss Al Capone proved to one of the biggest hits of its year and of De Palma's entire career and it isn't hard to understand why.
The film follows the unraveling of an arrogant and highly successful Wall Street tycoon named Sherman McCoy, played by Tom Hanks.
After seeing the article, De Palma was struck with a desire to explore these types of bonds.