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An isolated sculptor is visited by his three sons just before the start of WWII.
Did You Know?
Publicity for this 1977 picture stated that it was the first film adaptation of an Ernest Hemingway
work brought to the screen in two decades. However, this assertion overlooked Hemingway's The Killers
(1964) from 1964. The film of Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea
(1958) had debuted in 1958 around nineteen years earlier. See more
When the boat is slowly cruising up the river in Cuba looking for refugees, a crew member's hand can be seen moving tree branches away from the camera. See more
Tom, don't you die!
Not me, Joseph. Not me.
References The Old Man and the Sea