Director Francis Ford Coppola discusses his latest film, "Tetro," his first original screenplay since "The Conversation." It is his most personal film to date, arising from memories and emotions from his early life, and it tells the story of two brothers and the secrets and conflicts within an Argentine-Italian family. "Tetro" is playing in New York at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema. More information and tickets here.
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