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Unformatted text preview: Jane Fonda Faye Dunaway Donald Southerland These actors and actresses werent necessarily handsome/beautiful or heroic in the way that previous actors had been they often played flawed characters These actors dont project grandeur the way past actors had They have a sort of subversive energy One of the transition actors might have been Humphrey Bogart Directors: Robert Altman Francis F. Coppola, The Godfather (72), The Godfather II (74) Bob Fosse Stanley Kubrick, Clockwork Orange (71) Alan J. Pakula, Klute (71), The Parallax View (74) Sam Peckinpah, The Wild Bunch (69), Straw Dogs (71) Roman Polansky, Chinatown (73) Martin Scorcese, Mean Streets (73), Taxi Driver (76) These directors took control of their films, and their vision of the world permeates their movies in a way that hadnt been present in previous films...
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