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Hal Ashby
Director, Harold and Maude (1971)
Has all the fun and gaiety of a burning orphanage... One thing that can be said about Ashby - he begins the film in a gross and macabre manner, and never once deviates from the concept. That's style for you.
(Variety)
Director, The Last Detail (1973)
Ashby's direction is plodding, always settling for the obvious shot and betraying not a hint of a personal vision.
(John Simon, National Review)
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