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A study in contrasts

Gordon Willis was never comfortable with Hollywood. But the cinematographer's way with light, and distance, has forever put his stamp on the movies.

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / January 14, 2007

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FALMOUTH -- Gordon Willis doesn't miss much. A reporter has finally arrived for a follow-up interview after calling to say he's running late because of car trouble. He'd first come by 10 days before. Willis greets him sympathetically. "So you didn't get it fixed, huh?" The reporter asks how he knows this. Willis smiles ever so slightly. "That's not the ... (Full article: 1250 words)

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