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Vinzenz Hediger <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 8 Oct 2001 09:20:29 +0100
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Hi all

I was wondering, which American Film Director can Oliver Stone be compared
to. For example where does he draw his cinematic style and narrative style
from. I am just curious to know because I enjoyed watching JFK, PLATOON AND
BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.

Kind regards



Try Cecil B. DeMille, the other great self-declared (and self-important)
Hollywood historian. As for cinematic and narrative style: Don't be fooled
by the montage. These are very conventional films.

Kind regards,

Vinzenz Hediger, University of Zurich

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