For SetTheTape.com: “15:17 to Paris: Clint Eastwood’s Best Directorial Film from Each Full Decade”

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Clint Eastwood has been directing films – both good and bad – since 1971. Eastwood debuted in the director’s chair with Play Misty for Me, a thriller presenting Eastwood himself as a radio DJ, but one with the misfortune of acquainting a crazed, obsessed fan. Having cemented his cinematic status as both the Man with […]

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