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Shadows is a film about interracial relations during the Beat Generation years in New York City, directed by John Cassavetes. The film stars Ben Carruthers, Lelia. Ссылки. Кассаветис, Джон (англ.) на сайте Internet Movie Database; Marshall Fine: "Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented. Faces is a 1968 drama film, written and directed by John Cassavetes and starring John Marley, Cassavetes' wife Gena Rowlands, Fred Draper, Seymour Cassel and Lynn.