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Birth date: November 30, 1943
Birth place: Ottawa, Illinois or Waco, Texas
Height:5' 7" (1.7 m)
Profession:Writer, Producer, Director
Education:Magdalen College, Oxford
Spouse:Alexandra Wallace

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Terrence Frederick Malick (/ˈmælɪk/; born November 30, 1943) is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. In a career spanning over four decades he has directed six feature films. He made his directorial debut with the drama Badlands in 1973. Malick released his second film, Days of Heaven, in 1978, after which he took a long hiatus from directing films. His third film, the World War II drama The Thin Red Line, was released in 1998. Seven years later he released his fourth film, The New World, which was followed by the critically acclaimed and 2011 Palme d'Or winner The Tree of Life. The following year saw the release of the sixth film directed by Malick, To the Wonder.Malick has received consistent praise for his work and has been regarded as one of the greatest living filmmakers. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director for The Thin Red Line and The Tree of Life, and the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Thin Red Line, as well as winning the Golden Bear at the 49th Berlin International Film Festival for The Thin Red Line, the Palme d'Or at the 64th Cannes Film Festival for The Tree of Life, and the SIGNIS Award at the 69th Venice International Film Festival for To the Wonder. Wikipedia

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Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Weightless 2017 written by completed
Radegund post-production
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience 2016 Documentary short written by
Voyage of Time: Life's Journey 2016 Documentary written by
Knight of Cups 2015 written by
To the Wonder 2012 written by
The Tree of Life 2011 written by
The New World 2005 written by
Bear's Kiss 2002 screenplay - uncredited
The Thin Red Line 1998 screenplay
Days of Heaven 1978 written by
The Gravy Train 1974 as David Whitney
Badlands 1973 written by
Deadhead Miles 1973 written by
Pocket Money 1972 screenplay - as Terry Malick
Drive, He Said 1971 uncredited
Lanton Mills 1969 Short writer

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Halo of Stars 2017 executive producer post-production
The Spearhead Effect 2017 executive producer post-production
The Devil's Teeth executive producer announced
The Vessel 2016 executive producer
Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry 2016 Documentary executive producer
Almost Holy 2015 Documentary executive producer
The Better Angels 2014 producer
Red Wing 2013 executive producer
The Unforeseen 2007 Documentary executive producer
Amazing Grace 2006 producer
Undertow 2004 producer
The Beautiful Country 2004 producer
Happy Times 2000 executive producer
The Endurance 2000 Documentary executive producer
Endurance 1999 producer
Badlands 1973 producer

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Weightless 2017 completed
Radegund post-production
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience 2016 Documentary short directed by
Voyage of Time: Life's Journey 2016 Documentary directed by
Knight of Cups 2015
To the Wonder 2012
The Tree of Life 2011
The New World 2005
The Thin Red Line 1998
Days of Heaven 1978
Badlands 1973
Lanton Mills 1969 Short

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Days of Heaven 1978 Mill Worker (uncredited)
Badlands 1973 Caller at Rich Man's House (uncredited)
Pocket Money 1972 Worksman (uncredited)
Lanton Mills 1969 Short Tilman

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Seventh Fire 2015 Documentary presenter
The Beautiful Country 2004 idea

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lanton Mills 1969 Short

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Beautiful People 2016 Short very special thanks completed
Our Winter 2014 grateful acknowledgment
Lost River 2014 thanks
After the Fall 2014 special thanks
Back on Earth? 2013 Short inspirational thanks
Sadlands 2013 Short thanks
Milius 2013 Documentary special thanks - as David Whitney
All Things Shining 2012 inspirational thanks
Lawless 2012 special thanks
Bored Games 2012 Short additional acknowledgments
Kobresia: What Is 2012 Documentary inspirational thanks
Godhood 2011 Short special thanks
Kobresia: Fragments 2011 Short inspirational thanks
Eyes of the Mothman 2011 Documentary special thanks
Blackbird 2011/III Short special thanks
The Voiceless Songbird 2010 Short special thanks
Look 2010 TV Series special thanks - 8 episodes
Northern Lights 2009 Documentary special thanks for inspiration
Nick Nolte: No Exit 2008 Documentary special thanks
El camino 2008/III special thanks
Gone Baby Gone 2007 special thanks
My Assyrian Nation on the Edge 2006 Documentary short special thanks
Horrors of War 2006 thanks
Tuck Everlasting 2002 special acknowledgment
The Grey Zone 2001 special thanks
A Christmas Tree and a Wedding 2000 special thanks
Good Will Hunting 1997 thanks
For Love or Money 1993 special thanks

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
2011 Samsung AACTA Awards 2012 TV Special Himself - Director
HBO First Look 1998-2006 TV Series documentary Himself
Absence of Malick 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Rosy-Fingered Dawn: a Film on Terrence Malick 2002 Documentary Himself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Green Drop Award Venice Film Festival Voyage of Time: Life's Journey (2016)
2012 GFCA Award Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA) Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 ICS Award International Cinephile Society Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Critics Award SESC Film Festival, Brazil Best Foreign Director (Melhor Diretor Estrangeiro) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 TFCA Award Toronto Film Critics Association Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 VFCC Award Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 SIGNIS Award Venice Film Festival To the Wonder (2012)
2012 Yoga Award Yoga Awards Worst Foreign Film The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 Palme d'Or Cannes Film Festival The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 DFCS Award Denver Film Critics Society Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 Gotham Independent Film Award Gotham Awards Best Feature The Tree of Life (2011) · Sarah Green
· Bill Pohlad
· Brad Pitt
· Dede Gardner
· Grant Hill
2011 ICP Award Indiewire Critics' Poll Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 IFCS Award Internet Film Critic Society Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 KCFCC Award Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 SFFCC Award San Francisco Film Critics Circle Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 FIPRESCI Film of the Year San Sebastián International Film Festival The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Screenplay, Original The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2008 Christopher Award Christopher Awards Feature Films Amazing Grace (2006) · Michael Apted (director)
· Steven Knight (screenwriter)
· Edward R. Pressman (producer)
· Patricia Heaton (producer)
· David Hunt (producer)
· Ken Wales (producer)
· Mark Cooper (co-producer)
· Jeanney Kim (executive producer)
· James Clayton (executive producer)
· Duncan Reid (executive producer)
2000 Franklin J. Schaffner Award American Film Institute, USA
2000 Kinema Junpo Award Kinema Junpo Awards Best Foreign Language Film Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
2000 Storyteller Award Taos Talking Picture Festival
1999 Golden Berlin Bear Berlin International Film Festival The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1998 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Adapted Screenplay The Thin Red Line (1998)
1998 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1979 Best Director Cannes Film Festival Days of Heaven (1978)
1979 David David di Donatello Awards Best Foreign Screenplay (Migliore Sceneggiatura Straniera) Days of Heaven (1978)
1979 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Director Days of Heaven (1978)
1978 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Director Days of Heaven (1978)
1974 Golden Seashell San Sebastián International Film Festival Badlands (1973)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Golden Lion Venice Film Festival Best Film Voyage of Time: Life's Journey (2016)
2015 Golden Berlin Bear Berlin International Film Festival Knight of Cups (2015)
2013 Halfway Award International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA) Best Director To the Wonder (2012)
2012 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Achievement in Directing The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Movies for Grownups Award AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 AACTA International Award Australian Film Institute Best Direction The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Bodil Bodil Awards Best American Film (Bedste amerikanske film) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Original Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 CEC Award Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 David David di Donatello Awards Best Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 GFCA Award Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA) Best Original Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 IOFCP Award International Online Film Critics' Poll Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 IFC Award Iowa Film Critics Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Silver Ribbon Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Best Non-European Director (Regista del Miglior Film Non-Europeo) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Picture (Miglior film) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Director (Miglior regia) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards Director of the Year The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Original Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Robert Robert Festival Best American Film (Årets amerikanske film) The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 White Elephant Russian Guild of Film Critics Best Foreign Film The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 TFCA Award Toronto Film Critics Association Awards Best Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2012 Golden Lion Venice Film Festival To the Wonder (2012)
2011 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Original Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Screenplay, Original The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 HFCS Award Houston Film Critics Society Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 SLFCA Award St. Louis Film Critics Association, US Best Original Screenplay The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 Sydney Film Prize Sydney Film Festival Best Film The Tree of Life (2011)
2006 Best Film Mar del Plata Film Festival International Competition The New World (2005)
2005 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Director The New World (2005)
2000 Bodil Bodil Awards Best American Film (Bedste amerikanske film) The Thin Red Line (1998)
2000 César César Awards, France Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger) The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 Best Foreign Film Award Australian Film Institute The Thin Red Line (1998) · Robert Michael Geisler (producer)
· John Roberdeau (producer)
· Grant Hill (producer)
1999 DGA Award Directors Guild of America, USA Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Screenplay, Adapted The Thin Red Line (1998)
1999 USC Scripter Award USC Scripter Award The Thin Red Line (1998) · James Jones (author)
1979 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Director - Motion Picture Days of Heaven (1978)
1979 Palme d'Or Cannes Film Festival Days of Heaven (1978)
1979 WGA Award (Screen) Writers Guild of America, USA Best Drama Written Directly for the Screen Days of Heaven (1978)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 IFJA Award Indiana Film Journalists Association, US Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
2011 SLFCA Award St. Louis Film Critics Association, US Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
1999 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)
1998 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Director The Thin Red Line (1998)

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Director The Tree of Life (2011)
1999 Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost" Berlin International Film Festival The Thin Red Line (1998)


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#Fact
1 According to himself, the sense of spontaneity captured in his films has been inspired by Viaggio in Italia (1954).
2 According to Roger Ebert, a unifying common theme of his films is diminishing of human lives beneath the overarching majesty of the world.
3 Actress Rosie Malek-Yonan is his cousin.
4 According to composer Hanan Townsend who worked with Malick in The Tree of Life, To The Wonder and Knight of Cups, Malick would often tell Townsend when he's recording with the orchestra to hit record 30 seconds or a minute before they start playing so they have these musical moments where no one's being told what to do. They might just be rehearsing or just messing around with something and that could become the base of something really interesting.
5 Christian Bale calls him 'a great destroyer of vanity'.
6 He and his three-time composer Hanan Townsend developed a musical approach called 'shadows' which is creating a kind of fragmented versions of the themes from famous compositions in order to establish some continuity between these classical compositions that Malick uses and the musical pieces that Townsend creates.
7 Malick's particular brand of meditative poetic-ism has noticeably and increasingly influenced other movies ( including trailers & commercials) since his return to directing with "The Thin Red Line" (1998). The terms "Malickian" or "Malick-esque" can often be found or heard in reviews and writings to describe similarities in another work.
8 After meeting in Paris in 1981, Malick recommended to Martin Sheen that he should read The Brothers Karamazov. Sheen credits Malick as being a key to his own spiritual reawakening.
9 When the American Film Institute set up its conservatory for Advanced Film Studies in 1969, its first round of students included him, Caleb Deschanel, Paul Schrader, and David Lynch.
10 For coloring in his films, he uses what he calls a "no-look look" which means he doesn't want it to be warm or cold or especially moody, or light, or anything. He wants it to look as if the viewer were looking through a window.
11 U.S. film critic James Hoberman once said: "Where other movies have fans, Malick's produce disciples.".
12 Ben Stiller, due to Malick's love of Zoolander, once dressed up in character and recorded him a special birthday video message.
13 Once called producer friend Rob Cohen from a highway saying, "I'm walking to Oklahoma!" Cohen asked, "What do you mean, you're walking to Oklahoma? From Texas?" Malick answered, "Yeah, I'm looking at birds.".
14 For years he wouldn't allow his mother to read the script of The Thin Red Line (1998) because of the profanity.
15 Is a big fan of Totò.
16 Translated "The Essence of Reasons" by Martin Heidegger from German into English.
17 Magdalen College, Oxford currently (as of December 2014) lists Malick under "lost alumni" on its website.
18 When he was in Paris, often went to watch football, supporting Paris Saint-Germain.
19 The last press interview he gave was in 1979.
20 Had been in Bolivia as a journalist in 1966 working on a story about Che Guevera.
21 For 18 months or so, well into 1979, Malick worked on a project based on the life of Joseph Merrick, the 19th-century British sideshow celebrity who suffered from a rare, debilitating disease.
22 Originally worked on a screenplay limited to Ernesto 'Che' Guevara's attempts to start a revolution in Bolivia. When financing fell through, he left the project, and subsequently Steven Soderbergh agreed to direct a film inspired by Malick's script that finally became Che: Part Two (2008).
23 Is also said to be a fan of Zoolander (2001).
24 "Malick" means "king" in Arabic.
25 Fluent in French.
26 After 43 years of film career, he was photographed and caught on film while on set for one of the first times ever during the weekend of September 16, 2011.
27 In 2004, during the filming of The New World (2005), Malick forced Christopher Plummer to climb a tall oak tree. The task was very difficult for Plummer, who was 74 at the time, and took 3 unsuccessful attempts before Malick was satisfied with his performance. This footage was not used in the final film.
28 Spent most of his twenty-year hiatus in Paris.
29 His contract stipulates that no photographs are to be taken of him on set.
30 Is an avid bird watcher.
31 Worked as a Journalist for Newsweek, Life and the New Yorker before pursuing a career in film.
32 His film To the Wonder (2012) was the last film that Roger Ebert reviewed.
33 Has worked with four different actors who played the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman: George Clooney, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck and Val Kilmer.
34 One of the most praised aspects of his films are the quality of its cinematography. As of 2014, four of his films have been Oscar-nominated in the Best Cinematography category: Days of Heaven (1978), The Thin Red Line (1998), The New World (2005) and The Tree of Life (2011). Only Days of Heaven (1978) managed to win in the category and still is the only Oscar ever given to a Malick film.
35 Wrote an early draft of Dirty Harry (1971).
36 Began his film career at the age of 25.
37 Terrence Malick is step-father to actor, producer, and director, Will Wallace.
38 His grandfather was an Assyrian Christian immigrant to the U.S.
39 He was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame in March 2002 in Austin, Texas.
40 Phi Beta Kappa student
41 Notoriously withdrawn from public life, his friends, such as Martin Sheen, have always remarked that he is a very warm and humble man who prefers to work without medial intrusion.
42 Wrote an unused draft of Great Balls of Fire! (1989).
43 Turned down an offer to direct The Elephant Man (1980).
44 He grew up on a farm and worked as a farmhand before studying philosophy at Harvard. After graduating he went to Magdalen College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar but left before finishing his thesis (on Martin Heidegger) after a disagreement with his advisor. He moved back to the United States and taught philosophy at M.I.T. while freelancing as a journalist.
45 He taught philosophy in France from 1979 to 1994.
46 Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945-1985". Pages 636-639. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
47 Appeared as unannounced guest on the screening of Badlands (1973) in the retrospective section of the 54th. Berlin film festival in 2004.
48 After Days of Heaven (1978), it was a full 20 years before he directed his next film, The Thin Red Line (1998).
49 Wrote a treatment for Dirty Harry (1971) but none of his work appears in the final version.
50 In his contract for directing The Thin Red Line (1998), he stated that no current pictures of him could be published or shown anywhere.
51 Went to St. Stephen's high school in Austin, Texas, where he played football.
52 M.F.A. from the American Film Institute.
53 Resides in Austin, Texas.

#Quote
1 [on America in 1979] It would be difficult for me to make a film about contemporary America today. We live in such dark times and we have gradually lost our open spaces. We always had hope, the illusion that there was a place where we could live, where one could emigrate and go even further. Wilderness, this is the place where everything seems possible, where solidarity exists - and justice - where the virtues are somehow linked to this justice. In the region where I grew up, everyone felt it in a very strong way. This sense of space disappearing, we nevertheless can find it in cinema, which will pass it on to us There is so much to do: it's as if we were on the Mississippi Territory, in the eighteenth century. For an hour, or for two days, or longer, these films can enable small changes of heart, changes that mean the same thing: to live better and to love more. And even an old movie in poor and beaten condition and can give us that. What else is there to ask for?
2 [on the cinematography of Days of Heaven (1978)] With Néstor Almendros, we decided to film without any artificial light. It wasn't possible in the houses at night, but outside, we shot with natural light or with the fire. When the American team was saying, 'This is not how we should proceed,' Nestor Almendros, very courageously insisted. As we filmed, the team discovered that it was technically easier, and I was able to capture absolute reality. That was my wish: to prevent the appearance of any technique, and that the photography was to be processed to be visually beautiful and to ensure this beauty existed within the world I was trying to show, suggesting that which was lost, or what we were now losing.
3 [on his methodology] I film quite a bit of footage, then edit. Changes before your eyes, things you can do and things you can't. My attitude is always let it keep rolling.
4 [on his future] There's a good many pictures I'd like to make, we'll see how many I'll be allowed to make.
5 [on The New World (2005)] I knew it would have a slow, rolling pace. Just get into it; let it roll over you. It's more of an experience film. I leave you to fend for yourself, figure things out yourself.
6 [on working with Martin Sheen on Badlands (1973)] Martin Sheen was extraordinary. He's a very gifted man. He's from a working class family, so he had all the moods down for the film. And when he wasn't before the cameras, he was helping in the background, wrapping cables, packing up light reflectors. One day I found him going around a gas station and picking up aluminum snapback lids from soda cans. He knew they didn't exist in 1959.
7 [on Badlands (1973)] I tried to keep the 1950s to a bare minimum. Nostalgia is a powerful feeling; it can drown out anything. I wanted the picture to set up like a fairy tale, outside time, like Treasure Island. I hoped this would, among other things, take a little of the sharpness out of the violence, but still keep its dreamy quality.

#Trademark
1 Often shoots films without an official script
2 Emphasis on non-verbal communication and body language in his actors' performances
3 Often works with Jack Fisk (production design), Emmanuel Lubezki (cinematography), Sarah Green (producer), Jacqueline West (costume design), and David Crank (art direction).
4 Sending different actors and non-actors to a scene without warning the actors of the scene, in order to get a very 'real' response.
5 Often casts Christian Bale
6 Known for shooting record amounts of film while trying to capture scenes, emotions and unforeseen moments spontaneously
7 Famous for finding the structure and form of his films in the editing process, often reducing the roles of initially larger characters and vice versa
8 Frequent use of classical and religious music
9 Rarely uses artificial light
10 Shoots many of his scenes at magic hour and often keeps the sun in the back of shots
11 Visual dialectics through images
12 Has mostly shot with Steadicam since _The Thin Red Line_ (1998)
13 Philosophical themes
14 Known as a bit of a recluse from public life and rarely gives interviews or makes appearances
15 Many of his movies feature narrated soliloquies by the main characters
16 His films are shot almost entirely outside
17 Often includes nature as a major element in his films
18 Always includes narration by one or more characters
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