new into Streaming: ‘Apocalpyse Now: Final Cut,’ Jonas Mekas, British Hitchcock, & MoreThe Film Stage #Film_StageSeptember 10, 2019
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A Burning Hot Summer (Philippe Garrel)
– Ethan V.
Apocalpyse Now: Final Cut (Francis Ford Coppola)
Odds say you’d mostly like to know what’s changed.
With the caveat that I have not seen any iteration of Apocalypse Now in several years–his caveat itself qualified by an assertion that Apocalypse Now , seen at least a few times, sticks in the brain more than most things last viewed around that time–it’s safe enough to say this is, at close to three hours (new end credits included!
), the beloved 1979 film with a retention of Redux ‘s infamous French-plantation segment and an occasional splash of the other edit’s colors: the bit with Kilgore’s surfboard, perhaps some more Kurtz at his camp, several atmospheric shots.
– Nick N. ( full review )
Along with a tribute by filmmaker Jem Cohen, they are now streaming Walden (1969), Lost Lost Lost (1976), Cassis (1966), Hare Krishna (1966), Notes on the Circus (1966), Report from Millbrook (1966), Travel Songs (1981), Time & Fortune Vietnam Newsreel (1968), Williamsburg, Brooklyn (2003), as well as Ken Jacobs’ Jonas Mekas in Kodachrome Days.
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