Oliver Stone's America (2001)

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Oliver Stone's America
28 September 2004 | by (Auckland, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

A lengthy interview with director/writer/producer/some-time actor Oliver Stone which is undone by an interviewer who is too busy worshiping the interviewee, rather than asking 'real' questions, and a hyperactive camera that is more of a distraction than an asset. Oliver Stone, however, is candid, honest and at times brilliant when discussing his career and the criticism leveled at him and the state of American society today. Film buffs will find precious few anecdotes about the production of his films or the actors he has worked with as instead the conversation is directed towards the meaning and motives behind his films. Recommended to Oliver Stone fans and critics of his work.

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