Howard Deutch (born September 14th, 1950 in New York City, New York) was a Film Director who was arguably best known for being the director of the popular 1980s film "Pretty in Pink". Howard died on May 23rd, 2022 (TBV) and his death was possibly because of a yet undisclosed illness (possibly pancreas).
"I think there is a song out there to describe just about any situation."
"A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. "
"You've got to take the initiative and play your game. In a decisive set, confidence is the difference."
"Never let the fear of striking out get in your way."
"[In a 1987 magazine interview] I have a theory that peer pressure doesn't end with high school. It may be more glaring there because the groups are so distinct socially; but it doesn't let up as you get older. There's pressure in any business to choose a safe project, to go with the group. In corporations, there's pressure to be seen with the right people; to eat in the right restaurants; at all costs to avoid the smell of failure. A case in point was the pressure on me to choose a 'safer' title than "Pretty in Pink." You constantly have to fight to keep everything from being reduced to the lowest common denominator. Standing on your own is not a thing that ends in high school." (IMDB)
"The English know how to make the best of things. Their so-called muddling through is simply skill at dealing with the inevitable."
Is Mr. Howard Deutch still alive? According to our unconfirmed records, he has not passed away.
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