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The 15 Most Accomplished Music Video Directors (15 items)
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From Music Videos to Movies: Favorite Directors (15 items)
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2. Arlington Road (1999)
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The 15 Most Accomplished Music Video Directors (15 person items)

"Best Music Videos: “Shut ‘Em Down”, Public Enemy (1992); “Jeremy”, Pearl Jam (1992); “One”, U2 (1992) Best Movies: Arlington Road (1999), The Mothman Prophecies (2002) Released to moderate success in 1999, Arlington Road established its director, Mark Pellington, as a filmmaker to watch. A domestic tale about a college professor (Jeff Bridges) who thinks his new neighbors (Tim Robbins and Joan Cusack) are evildoing terrorists, Pellington’s taut and paranoid thriller still packs "



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