He never had a string of blockbuster successes like Steven Spielberg. He never amassed the intergalactic riches of George Lucas or New York street cred of Martin Scorsese. And he never made an etched-in-history American masterpiece like Francis Coppola. But the difference between Brian De Palma and his New Hollywood peers is that he was, is, and seems hellbent on continuing to be…a stubbornly unshakeable survivor. He’s been up and he’s been down, in demand and out of fashion, but De Palma has always stuck to his guns.
Brian De Palma has spent the last 50 years bringing audiences to suspense with his movies, and now fellow filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow are turning the cameras around, focusing on the iconic director’s Hollywood legacy in the new trailer for their documentary De Palma.
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