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1 Truf­faut, one of the founders of French New Wave, on the set of 1973’s Day for Night, with his star Jac­que­line Bis­set. 2 Mar­lon Brando with Ber­tolucci on the set of 1972’s Last Tango in Paris.

The erotic ɿlm landed an ;brat­ing (for an in­fa­mous rape scene), and it was a hot topic from the mo­ment the pro­duc­tion be­gan. Long lines formed at ev­ery art house cinema where it played, and critic Pauline Kael wrote, “This is a movie peo­ple will be ar­gu­ing about for as long as there are movies.” 3 Mike Ni­chols di­rects Art Gar­funkel in a scene from the 1970 black com­edy Catch-22— Sereny’s ɿrst Mob as a set pho­tog­ra­pher.

4 Werner Her­zog in the Dutch city of Delft, dur­ing the ɿlm­ing of 1979’s Nos­fer­atu the Vampyre. Truf­faut had pro­claimed Her­zog “the most im­por­tant di­rec­tor alive.” He posed with a hawk. “I have no idea why,” says Sereny. “He was much more into mice.” 5 Fellini him­self ap­plies makeup to Don­ald Suther­land, the star of his 1976 ɿlm

Casanova, as the makeup artist ob­serves. “His at­ten­tion to de­tail was as­tound­ing,” says Sereny of the leg­endary ɿlm­maker.

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