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Luhrmann

Baz (Mark Anthony). born 1962, Australian film director and screenwriter; his films include Strictly Ballroom (1992), Romeo and Juliet (1996), and Moulin Rouge (2001)
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(1) In it, Luhrmann mixes references to spaghetti westerns, Mardi Gras, the Day of the Dead, Catholicism, trailer parks, seaside carnivals, urban gangs and more.
Recognised for his sumptuous production values, unique visual style and for depicting worlds that are both glamorous and haunting in films such as Strictly Ballroom and Romeo & Juliet, Luhrmann also recently ventured into TV with a Netflix series.
There will be a time jump, and Luhrmann warned that the characters have matured in the year since they were last seen.
At heart, Luhrmann's plot is both an ugly-duckling tale and a fable about freedom of expression.
Luhrmann - handsome with his trademark grey locks - is both engaging and funny, breaking off in between questions to passionately explain the series format ("I liken it to the way Dickens wrote his novels, in episodic form, as opposed to novella").
"Learned cultural expectations about the nature of mind and self may encourage Americans with schizophrenia to pay more attention to negative, hostile voices," Luhrmann says.
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In spite of the trappings of 3D and a Jay-Z-infused soundtrack, Luhrmann has been able to bring alive the 20s and has captured the hearts of the audience with the magical retelling of one of literature's best-known stories.
Initially I was not excited to learn that Baz Luhrmann was teaming up with Leonardo DiCaprio to make The Great Gatsby, 17 years since their last project.
Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan and co-written and directed by the Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann. With due respect to Aristotle, who can hardly be expected to anticipate 21st-century special effects, this movie heaps so much spectacle on Fitzgerald's elegantly constructed plot that the whole contraption comes crashing to the ground.
For all the dazzling sights and sounds of Baz Luhrmann's production, it is Leonardo DiCaprio's interpretation of the mysterious Mr Gatsby that makes the film beautiful.
Director Baz Luhrmann transformed the words of F Scott Fitzgerald into a world of outlandish imagination.