Director English Nicolas Roeg, the film & # 39; era & # 39; 1970s like "M & # 39; have Look Now", "The Man Who Fell to Earth" and "Performance" strips were many filmmakers and ċinotipiċi, died Friday.
Directors including Edgar Wright and Duncan Jones, David Bowie starred in their father & # 39; & # 39; The Man Who Fell to Earth & # 39 ;, were quick to remember the visual ability of & # 39; Roeg and complex stories. "Thank you for being so brave and did give options to this little boy in pajamas ongoing love film", wrote Jones.
Edgar Wright said "Can & # 39; I see that M & # 39; have a look now on line and never hear & # 39; its intricacies". In a tweet & # 39; up, Wright said his filmography was "dazzling and fascinating".
Ted Hope Studios & # 39; the Amazon Studios wrote, "Intomajt my opinion, taught to see and dream b & # 39; a different way."
The director & # 39; "Amy" Asif Kapadia worked with film style & # 39; Roeg in his tweet, saying "rests in & # 39; complex structural time traveling visually stunning & # 39; cinematic peace".
"Black is Black New" star Natasha Lyonne wrote, "Discovering his film was a heart shot raised the mind & # 39; my teenagers to the scope of & # 39; option unlimited in storytelling. "
Director Bernard Rose called "M & # 39; have a look now", "Walkabout" and "The Man Who Fell to Earth '' the largest unbroken run in film history.
The producer Larry Karaszewski iskriller called it "One of the greatest directors who ever lived."
The documentary producer Mark Cousins wrote "Thanks to the expansion of films."