According to Bill Tech, director of the documentary One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich and the Lost American Movie, was the sum of the factors. For starters, Bogdanovich’s character. He was cocky, arrogant, and meek. And he had few friends in Hollywood. When this illustrious trio followed a few fewer films, they lined up there to put Bogdanovich in his place.
But the main reason for Bogdanovic’s decline was the vicissitudes surrounding his comedy of morality they all laughed From 1981. After a disagreement with the 20th Century Fox studio, Bogdanovich decided to release the film himself, which would eventually cost him financially. The final blow came when actress and Playboy model Dorothy Stratten, with whom Bogdanovich began an affair on the set, was murdered by her ex-husband while editing the film. “I also lost my father that day,” one of Bogdanovic’s daughters from a previous relationship says in the documentary.
they all laughed Then – just like the director – he silently disappeared from the scene. Until years later, it was featured on the Quentin Tarantino Top 10 list, and colleagues Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach cited the film as one of the major influences on their work. Tarantino, Anderson and Bombach all had their say in the 2014 Tech documentary, as did Bogdanovic, who died earlier this year.
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