Apocalypse Now (1979)

Apocalypse Now

At the 1979 Cannes Film Festival, where Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now made its world premiere, the director said something during a press conference that is as an important a place as any to begin discussion of the film: My film is not about Vietnam; it is Vietnam. It’s what it was really like. It was crazy. … Baca Selengkapnya

Media Month: March 2011

Media Month

The Day the Earth Stood Still (Robert Wise, 1951): It hardly seems coincidental that the director of photography, Leo Tover, and the composer, Bernard Herrmann share a title card in the opening credits to The Day the Earth Stood Still. Both of those elements, together, help push Robert Wise’s Cold War allegory above much of the other … Baca Selengkapnya