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    Watch: Why the Beginning of David Fincher's 'Se7en' Is the Perfect Opening Sequence

    The opening to David Fincher’s Se7en introduces the protagonists, sets up the premise, and displays how their personalities will clash throughout the film. Not only does it do this in less than four minutes, but it manages to communicate this information twice. This simple, graceful opening was act...

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    Watch: David Fincher's Early Film Work: A Video Essay

    The early years of David Fincher were, to watch this installment in the excellent Directors Series by the Raccord collective, very different from the later years, at least in content.

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    Who Should Direct Alec Baldwin in the Pilot of HBO's New Political Drama?

    HBO, Baldwin, and Baldwin's co-executive producer, Cary Brokaw, have yet to decide on which director will helm the pilot. TOH! offers a few options for the premium network to consider.

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    The Two-Color Conspiracy in 'House of Cards'

    The sophisticated look of Netflix's flagship show boils down to a surprisingly simple formula.

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    Watch: David Fincher's Eternal Return in 'Gone Girl': A Video Essay

    "Gone Girl" is a perfect film to demonstrate the historical and, at bottom, psychological tendency towards repetition; the most consistent thing about both Nick Dunne and Amy Dunne is their duplicitousness, and we keep seeing it over, and over, and over again throughout the film.

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    Watch: Title Sequences: The Leap from Alfred Hitchcock to David Fincher

    Alfred Hitchcock and David Fincher have made remarkable thrillers, and they have also been responsible for some wildly imaginative title sequences.

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