Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is clearly a devotee of the graphic novels that provide the basis for his new movie, Sin City. First, he hired the novel's writer and illustrator Frank Miller as his co-director. Then, to preserve the exact visual character of Miller's illustrations, he chose to reproduce as closely as possible the mostly black and white frames from the three novels — Sin City, That Yellow Bastard, and The Big Fat Kill — dramatized in the film. To most easily accomplish this, ...

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