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"Les voix perdues de l'Amérique". Paris: Flammarion, Coll. «Pop Culture», co-author Jean-Baptiste Thoret
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Did You Know?
 Take any John Ford
film, whether it's The Quiet Man
(1952) or The Searchers
(1956) or They Were Expendable
(1945), a film I'm actually seeing tonight because I've never seen it on a big screen. Ford had such a simplicity of technique . . . No complicated camera moves, nothing exotic; all he cares about are the people and you don't even notice the camera. We just go along with the people--...
Among his dream projects that have stalled in development: An adaptation of "The Fountainhead"; a biopic on Fyodor Dostoevsky; an adaptation of the novel "The Yellow Jersey" (a bicycle marathon-themed novel that at one time reportedly caught the interest of Dustin Hoffman
); an adaptation of the Andre Malraux novel "Man's Fate"; a film about the Tour de France; an adaptation of "Crime and ...
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