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Miller and Rodriguez: 'Sin City'

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Miller and Rodriguez: 'Sin City'

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Film directors Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez are the team behind the new film Sin City, based on Miller's graphic novel series of the same name. Miller's Sin City series garnered numerous awards, including the Harvey and the Eisner Awards. The project is Miller's film-directing debut.

Robert Rodriguez made his film debut in 1993 with the low-budget El Mariachi, which was honored at numerous film festivals. He directed two sequels Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico. He also directed the Spy Kids films. Sin City stars Benicio del Toro, Bruce Willis, Rosario Dawson, Clive Owen, and Elijah Wood.

Robert Rodriguez, left, and Frank Miller are the co-directors of Sin City. Dimension Films hide caption

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