Traditionally, the work of a director is usually behind the scenes or performing other tasks to ensure the smooth operation of the film. Sometimes, however, they make guest appearances in their own films, either to play a small role or because they just want to be on the screen for a while. Some directors even started as actors in the film industry, so they might jump in front of the camera and brush spider webs. Whether it's playing a small role or a big role, some audiences have completely missed the guest star. Do you see the presence of these directors in these films? See how Peter Jackson cleverly integrated him and his wife into the Hobbit: the battle of the five armies. However, in many of his own films, the most memorable one is the sixth sense, which can be said to be his best work. However, he is not particularly famous for his acting skills, and his guest stars are relatively few, but the time is long enough for the audience to recognize him. This is the sixth sense situation, Shia Malan appears as a doctor, worried that Cole's mother might hurt him, leading to the boy's interpretable behavior. In essence, Francis Ford Coppola plays himself in Apocalypse Now. Because Francis Ford Coppola is usually considered a perfectionist, his short appearance in the 1979 film Apocalypse Now made fun of himself. When Willard passes an army crew, Coppola can be seen as a director shouting at soldiers passing by! As if you were fighting. It's like you're fighting. Don't look at the camera! This is a TV program. Go straight, go. "Although Coppola is obvious, it's a quick scene and it can be easily missed.
Roman Polanski's short and influential appearance in Chinatown, although Roman Polanski played the role of a knife man in his iconic movie Chinatown, leaving a text mark throughout the rest of the movie. The iconic phrase "do you know what happens to nosy people? Polanski himself said that his character then used a knife to cut Jack gitus (Jack Nicholson) through his nostrils. Because of this, gitus has obvious bandages and stitches for the rest of the film. Although many people may miss Polanski, it is undoubtedly an interesting role for him to choose to play. In his adaptation of Tolkien's films, Peter Jackson appeared many times in Warner Brothers Warner Brothers.
Director Peter Jackson has appeared in at least one of his six Chinese films. He ate carrots in "fellowship of the rings" and threw spears in "twin towers". He was the captain of "return of the king". In his hobbit trilogy, he also plays a dwarf from lone mountain and a man from the lake. However, perhaps his most subtle and interesting Cameo scene can be seen in battle of the five, where he and his portrait hang in Bilbo Baggins' home, playing Bilbo's parents.
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unless you know what Wes Anderson's voice is like, these two little shots are likely to pass over your head. In the blink of an eye, you'll miss Steven Spielberg in "the temple of Doom" after the success of "Indiana Jones: The Lost Ark Raider", Steven Spielberg was very happy to direct the second "the temple of Doom" in the series, and even included himself in the film, although it was very short. In one scene, Spielberg can be found among a group of missionaries in Shanghai airport, China. There, India got on the plane, but didn't know it was a trap. Dan ecklloyd is still in the role of Webber, another guest star most people miss. Steven King was insulted in "I> the largest overdrive drive
picture>> picture> the D. Lawrence Entertainment Group [P]. Although no one doubts Steven King's creativity and writing ability, it is obvious from his director's first work that the film is not. It's his strength. In addition to being greatly influenced when making films, his novel concept has not been well spread on the screen, but king still appears. He played a southerner who was close to the ATM, but the ATM insulted him and called him a rather annoying name. Then he went on to tell his off screen wife what he called "suga'buns" just happened.
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is a new Neil movie after the lonely Vietnam War veteran Travis Bickle. He slowly fell into a state of madness, becoming a taxi driver, harshly describing New York. One night, bicker picked up a deranged passenger (Martin Scorsese), who drove him to the outside of an apartment, where we saw a silhouette of a woman, said to be the passenger's wife. There the passengers explained in detail his plan to murder his adulterer, and even managed to scare away the already unstable taxi driver. It was a disturbing scene and Scorsese performed beautifully.