British director Alan Bridges turns 80 this year, but is still writing scripts. During his career he has worked with some of the biggest names in cinema history, including Ingmar Bergman and Laurence Olivier, but insists that his Palme d'Or win for The Hireling in 1973 was one of his crowning glories.
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