No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE (COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY)

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE (COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY)
No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE (COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY)
Item# edu-nosubtitlesnecessary-uni
$195.00

Product Description

USA 2012 | 86 min. | Color
DVD NTSC | English


ABOUT THE DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE:
Each DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE has a limited public performance site license, which allows the purchasing organization to use the film in its classroom for educational purposes only. The screening of the film cannot be advertised to the public and can only be attended by members or students of the purchasing organization.

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ABOUT THE FILM:
With film school equipment, they shoot the Soviet crackdown of the 1956 Hungarian Revolt. As refugees they struggle working in the underbelly of Hollywood, finally breaking into the mainstream with their pivotal contribution to cinema in films like Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, Paper Moon, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Scarecrow, Frances, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and The Deer Hunter. Featuring interviews with Karen Black, Peter Bogdanovich, Sandra Bullock, Richard Donner, Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Ellen Kuras, ASC, Tatum O’Neal, Bob Rafelson, Vittorio Storaro, AIC, ASC, Jon Voight, Haskell Wexler, ASC, John Williams and Sharon Stone, their conversations are woven with awe inspiring clips from the memorable films Kovacs and Zsigmond shot. However, their profound friendship forged in adversity is perhaps the greater story. This an intimate portrait of two giants of modern image making and their deep bond of brotherhood that transcended every imaginable boundary.

Two heroes. One road.