A behind-the-scenes look at the trials and tribulations of filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola directing his first film in ten years, "Youth Without Youth" (2007). The documentary also includes ... See full summary »
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Francis Ford Coppola
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A behind-the-scenes look at the trials and tribulations of filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola directing his first film in ten years, "Youth Without Youth" (2007). The documentary also includes family home movies, clips from Coppola's first short film "No Cigar" (1956) and footage from the set of his films "The Rain People" (1969), "The Conversation" (1974) and the never-produced "Megalopolis". Written by