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February 27, 2013

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Alberto

Personally, I like Scott, but love Mann's films. With Mann, the emphasis on quality and a intimate relationship with the project speaks volumes of whom Mann is a film maker. Scott doesn't write his films and churns them out every 1-2 years. Both have a strong sense of aesthetics and panache and often have interchanging casts with one another. What material of Scott is truly of his genesis ? Mann's got Thief, The Keep, L.A. Takedown/ Heat, and Collateral albeit uncredited scripting duties.

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