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    #1

    Cool alone

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    Both are already experimented alone filmmakers

    Is understandable this "alone" as a director who doesn't co-direct a movie, that he is the only one at the helm?

    If not, please, how do you express it?

    Thanks

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    Re: alone

    In what context did you see this sentence?

    Have you transcribed it correctly? It doesn't make much sense.

    Rover

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    Cool Re: alone

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    In what context did you see this sentence?

    Have you transcribed it correctly? It doesn't make much sense.

    Rover
    No, I write it in English directly. They are two experimented film directors, and don't work together at the helm of the movies. They work separately. What I ask is if we can use "alone director" in the sense of directing a film in solitary.

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    #4

    Re: alone

    Do you mean experienced film directors?

    Each one is the sole director of their respective films.

    Rover

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