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Tetro reviews

Gently and politely dismissed by many reviewers in Cannes (not enough prostitute dismemberment, Nazi ball-bat bashing, or genital mutilation), Coppola's Tetro is enjoying better reception stateside. Andrew O'Hehir, Salon: It has a…

First Tetro reviews

Awards potential suddenly shrinks to one category: cinematography. The Hollywood Reporter "Tetro" looks like the work of a film school grad, his head swimming with the classic black-and-white European films of the '50s and '60s and…

Opening minutes of Tetro

Thanks to Craig Kennedy at Living in Cinema for tipping us to the first three minutes of Tetro. The screen size of this youtube clip limits the sense of surreal clarity in the cinematography, so if you want to relish it in full HD…

Tetro trailer

Thanks to Jack Stark for tipping us to this trailer. Can't wait see it in HD. A trio of Tetro posters after the cut.

Tetro Update

Looks like the Coppola movie will go to Cannes after all, as Hollywood Reporter's Rebecca Leffler reports: Although the director said last week that he turned down an invitation to walk the red carpet at the Festival de Cannes, his film…

Francis Ford Coppola introduces “Tetro”

I found these Coppola quotes in a piece from rushprint that's mostly in Norwegian. ‚ÄùThe flashbacks that show the past of the protagonist were filmed in a sort of ‚Äùwashed-out-coloor, like the color in home movies.‚Äù ...…

Directors in Cameos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8Pnjwu4a6k Cineleet has compiled a list of directors-in-cameos they're calling "Don't Quit Your Day Job." The best ones, obviously, are those where the director of the film has injected himself, as…