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Azazel Jacobs is a director for films such as Terri, The Lovers, and his most recent dark comedy, French Exit, is some of his best stuff yet. His work can be described in two words: delightfully different. His style of narrative tends to be about unique characters, about people looking for love after a certain age, or in French Exit, a wealthy socialite and her relationship with her son. I had the chance to talk with Azazel about his recent 10 movie picks on Criterion, working with Michelle Pfeiffer, and getting a black cat to stand on Tracy Letts. This was by far one of my favorite interviews. Listen here:

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