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<b>Will win/Should win:</b> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001686" title="David Fincher" href="/topic/entertainment/david-fincher-PECLB001686.topic">David Fincher</a><br>
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Every step he took, every move he made -- with the camera and his blocking and his actors -- brought us closer to his characters. His visual dexterity imbued the tricky constructions of a hyper-verbal script with visceral force. Most important, he did what every great director must do: convince the audience that life was spilling out from the corners of the frame.<i>--Michael Sragow</i>

( Reuters / January 22, 2009 )

Will win/Should win: David Fincher

Every step he took, every move he made -- with the camera and his blocking and his actors -- brought us closer to his characters. His visual dexterity imbued the tricky constructions of a hyper-verbal script with visceral force. Most important, he did what every great director must do: convince the audience that life was spilling out from the corners of the frame.--Michael Sragow

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