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Cannes 2017: From Pulp Fiction to Apocalypse Now, iconic films that won the Palme d'Or award

The Indian Express
Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now won the coveted Palme d'Or in 1979. The movie is set with the Vietnam War in the backdrop, where Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) is sent to Cambodia to assassinate a colonel who has achieved god-like status ...



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On this day: May 29

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2010: Actor and director Dennis Hopper, best known for movies such as "Easy Rider," "Apocalypse Now," "Blue Velvet," "Hoosiers" and "Speed," dies of prostate cancer at the age of 74 in Venice, California. Hopper was nominated for Oscars for co-writing ...

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Irish heading to Asia for underage sex could return 'addicted', missionary warns

Irish Mirror
One of his closest friends is actor Martin Sheen, with whom he struck up a close bond while the star was making the movie Apocalypse Now with Marlon Brando. Fr Cullen added: “Martin Sheen is a good friend and supporter and a human rights activist.

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Star Wars Is a Fantasy Film Firmly Based on America's Real Conflicts

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After American Graffiti, Lucas initially returned to Apocalypse Now, a project he had been working on with screenwriter John Milius. It was to be a subversive film: Lucas wanted to make an anti-violence movie, showing so much violence that the audience ...

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