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TETRO
Director_ Francis Ford Coppola
USA, Italy, Argentina 2009 127min 35mm color/b&w feature
Review

The recent films of Francis Ford Coppola will be screened at JIFF this year following the inclusion of Youth without Youth in the 9th JIFF. After suddenly jetting off to Buenos Aires, and inciting a lot of curious interest about the subject for his new film, Coppola chose to return to familiar ground by focusing again on the family. At the heart of this drama is the conflict between a son Tetro, who dreams of being a writer, and his disapproving father Carlo. The film begins with a visit by Tetro’s brother, Bennie, who has come to edit Tetro’s nearly finished play. The play is eventually admitted to the Patagonia Festival, but just before the opening ceremony, they learn of their father’s death. For Tetro, after a sticky relationship of confrontation and resentment, his father’s death begins to unravel new threads of tragedy and family secrets. The film is beautifully shot in beautiful black and white by Mihai Malaimare Jr. with an impressive score by Osvaldo Golijov.

CREDIT
  • DirectorFrancis Ford Coppola
  • ProducerFrancis Ford Coppola
  • ScreenplayFrancis Ford Coppola
  • CinematographyMihai Malaimare Jr.
  • EditorWalter Murch
  • MusicOsvaldo Golijov
CastVincent Gallo, Alden Ehrenreich, Maribel Verdu
DIRECTOR
Francis Ford Coppola
Born in 1939. He was raised by Italian parents in the outskirt of New York. Received master’s degree of filming in UCLA. Coppola once made soft core pornography and learned practical works of filming from Roger Corman, the god-father of level B movies. In 1963, he created the first feature film Dementia 13 produced by Corman. After that, he laid solid ground to become the master director by directing The godfather, The godfather 2 and Apocalypse.
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T. (063)231-3377