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I was doing a play at the time this came out called How I Got My Story, which was about Vietnam. I went to see it for research and found it the most unbelievably moving and harrowing film. I saw it before Apocalypse Now
(1979), which is also great, but The Deer Hunter
(1978), from a human point of view, really captured the awfulness of the Vietnam War: the cost in lives and the mental scars it ...
His mother passed away on the Millenium's New Year's Eve. She had a heart attack during a phone call so he immediately drove up to see her; she held on until he arrived, smiled at him and died. On the car journey he had many previously inaccessible memories of his childhood. As a result he is writing his autobiography, which he says will be a catharsis for the experience of losing his mother.