Why don't older directors make films set in the present any more? It's really fucking with the culture because everything is set in the past, and we no longer have films of our time period any more.
>Tarantino - last movie set in the present was Kill Bill, 2003
>Wes Anderson - last movie set in the present was the Darjeeling Limited, 2007
>Coen Brothers - Burn After Reading, 2008
>Paul Thomas Andersen - Punch Drunk Love, 2002
>Guy Ritchie - only one film set in the present over the past decade of filmmaking
>Christopher Nolan - Tenet was set in the present, but was like a weird alternate reality so I'm not sure if that counts. Prior to that it was Inception in 2010.
What's going on?