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"Les voix perdues de l'Amérique". Paris: Flammarion, Coll. «Pop Culture», co-author Jean-Baptiste Thoret
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[in 2005, on dance and choreography] I studied a little bit of acting in New York, because I thought that, if I was going to direct actors, I should know something about acting, and I also studied a little bit of dance, and it was all good fun. But I can't write without placing my characters in space, I need to see in three dimensions inside my head, to have a three-dimensional space [ . . . ] I ...
He was in talks to direct "The Yellow Jersey", a bicycle racing drama with a script by Carl Foreman
and starring Dustin Hoffman
. The project was ultimately abandoned, as it proved logistically difficult to shoot during the actual Tour de France.
[Poetic Realism] His films are all stylized yet realistic, they have fatalistic views of life, and the overall tone is a mix of nostalgia and bitterness. All of these traits fit within the definition of the poetic realism film movement in France of the 1930s and through the war years, which probably accounts for a lot of Cimino's popularity in France.