Directed commercial for Gap clothing "Two White Shirts", 2002.
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5' 8" (1.73 m)
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We've always actually been remarkably commercially successful. Not in terms of making huge amounts of money, which we rarely do, but in terms of not losing money and making modest amounts of money. We're actually strangely consistent in that respect. We've been able to keep making movies because of that and also because, strangely, we've had studio patrons, starting from Barry Diller
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Films often include characters or places with the stereotypes of the regions they take place in. The Mid-Western accents and snow-covered landscapes for Fargo
(1996), the South-Eastern accents and barren deserts of Arizona for Raising Arizona
(1987), the Southern accents and dust-bowl landscape for O Brother, Where Art Thou?
(2000), Los Angeles accents and life-style in The Big Lebowski