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Also Known As: Robert Muller Died:
Born: April 4, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Netherlands Profession: director of photography

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This leading European cinematographer is noted for the haunting color vistas of Wim Wenders' "Paris, Texas" (1984) and the poignant, black-and-white compositions of Jim Jarmusch's "Down By Law" (1986). Muller began his career as an assistant photographer in Holland before moving to Germany, where he shot several Wenders films including "Kings of the Road" (1976) and "The American Friend" (1977). He has remained Jarmusch's cinematographer of choice since 1986 and has also worked with Peter Bogdanovich and Barbet Schroeder. In 1996, he earned critical kudos for his work on Lars von Trier's "Breaking the Waves."

This leading European cinematographer is noted for the haunting color vistas of Wim Wenders' "Paris, Texas" (1984) and the poignant, black-and-white compositions of Jim Jarmusch's "Down By Law" (1986). Muller began his career as an assistant photographer in Holland before moving to Germany, where he shot several Wenders films including "Kings of the Road" (1976) and "The American Friend" (1977). He has remained Jarmusch's cinematographer of choice since 1986 and has also worked with Peter Bogdanovich and Barbet Schroeder. In 1996, he earned critical kudos for his work on Lars von Trier's "Breaking the Waves."

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 De Domeinen Ditvoorst (1993) Himself
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 Motion and Emotion (1990) Himself
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