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Adrian Lyne (born 4 March, 1941 in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England) is an English filmmaker and producer. He is best known for his films focusing on sexually charged characters, and sultry, eroticized atmospheres which he visually creates in his films by use of filming techniques such as making use of natural light and using a fog machine to create a soft focus. He was educated at Highgate School.

He got his start in directing television commercials. He also directed the music video for the theme song from Flashdance called Maniac by Michael Sembello. He received a nomination for Academy Award for Best Director in 1988 for Fatal Attraction.

Filmography

As director:




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