The film world lost a legend over the weekend when film director Sidney Lumet passed away at the age of 86. Lumet did not just make great films he made great NEW YORK films including 12 Angry Men, The Pawnbroker, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, Prince of The City, and Network. But his work went beyond the boroughs of New York as he also directed classics such as The Verdict, The Wiz, Equus, and Murder on the Orient Express. Text and image via New York Public Library.
"Sidney Lumet was one of the greatest directors in the long history of film. Compelling stories and unforgettable performances were his strong suit." - Steven Spielberg.
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