But away from the bright klieg lights of the commercial film business, an alternative style and method of moviemaking could be found. It was one of verisimilitude with everyday life, of the frequent use of non-professional actors and loose plotting, and with a fresh interest in the workaday existences of those who had often been barely visible in commercial American film.
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