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    Watch: David Fincher's Inimitable Control of 'The Game,' 'Fight Club,' and 'Panic Room'

    The films discussed in this, the third installment in the Raccord collective's series on David Fincher: address enclosure of a direct kind: the confines of an office bulding in 'The Game,' the strictures of a clandestine secret society in 'Fight Club,' and the literal walls of a safe space in the pr...

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    Cannes: Directors from Fincher to Scorsese Revisit Truffaut's Famous Interview with Hitchcock

    New York Film Festival director Kent Jones' documentary "Hitchcock/Truffaut" debuts at Cannes Classics this Tuesday. It's a must-see for film wonks, expanding the original conversation to some insightful next-generation directors.

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    Watch: David Fincher's 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' Is a Symphony of Angles

    Kristin Slater's restless and forceful piece points out something integral to David Fincher's approach in 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo': that its angles tell a greater story, in some ways, than the script.

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    David Fincher Takes Second Series to HBO, Set to Direct New '80s Music Video Comedy

    After driving "House of Cards" into existence at Netflix, the Oscar-nominated director is now diversifying his TV portfolio with a comedy at HBO.

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    Watch: David Fincher, From His Commercials Up to 'Se7en': A Video Essay

    This piece, the second part of a prolonged series on David Fincher, takes us inside the work leading up to 'Se7en.'

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    Watch: 7 Reasons Why KISS ME DEADLY Is the Greatest Noir Film of All Time

    Quentin Tarantino in 'Pulp Fiction.' David Fincher in 'Se7en.' David Lynch in 'Lost Highway.' These directors, and many others, were all influenced by Robert Aldrich's film noir milestone 'Kiss Me Deadly.'

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