A cold breeze blows through an open window, and a football game silently unfolds on the television screen. The old man sitting on the couch regards the game with mild interest, though not long ago, football was his passion, a way of pocketing a little scratch during those long stretches when Hollywood lost his number. Over the course of the two hours spent with his interviewer in a $675-a-night suite at one of Dallas' most extravagant hotels, he will glance every now and then at the
mute screen, quietly rooting for his old hometown team,... More >>>
Still a player: At 75, Robert Altman continues to stay in the game, directing long after his peers have gone into reruns.