Marlow is an ambitious and adventurous sailor who is employed by an English trading company and sent to an African colony. There he travels up the river, visiting the trading stations who barters for ivory with the natives. On his journey he is told about a man named Kurtz whose station is the one furthest up the river, deep in the African jungle. Some talk of him in awe, others in admiration, but they all seem to fear him. As Marlow gets closer and closer to Kurtz he understands that the man has gone insane and is now doing the most horrible and blasphemous deeds. Based on Joseph Conrad's classic novel about greed and insanity.
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Did You Know?
Andrew Sinclair and Jeffrey Selenium, son of David, announced this in 1970 along with an adaptation of Dylan Thomas's " Under Milk. Wood ". Sinclair made " Under Milk Wood " in 1971, but its failure at the box office meant that this Conrad story never got off the ground. See more
The Congo River is actually hundreds of meters across and not the pitiful and barely navigable stream it is depicted as in the film. See more