What I Learned From Watching: The French Connection (1971)
Willaim Freidkin’s 1971 crime thriller, The French Connection, perfectly portrayed the reality of a crime-ridden story that few films can top. From character introduction to strong character construction, CinemaTyler examines how Freidkin pulled this off.
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