The Conversation

Release Date: 31 October 2011 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Gene Hackman stars in The Conversation as Harry Caul, a surveillance expert whose job is taping the lives and conversations of others. With the character of Caul, director Francis Ford Coppola has created a complex role for which Hackman is perfect--a man in complete control on the outside but breaking down within. Teri Garr, Harrison Ford, and Elizabeth MacRae co-star, but Hackman, in top form in every scene, is the real reason to watch this true classic.The stirring, classic opening shot of the film is a long, slow zoom into Union Square in San Francisco. A young couple, Mark (Frederic Forrest) and Ann (Cindy Williams), are having what seems like a mundane conversation while Harry and his assistant Stanley (John Cazale) eavesdrop from a nearby van. But when Harry carefully analyses his tape, he uncovers bits of unsettling dialogue. Suspicious of his client's motives for wanting the tape, he becomes uncharacteristically worried about the people he may have endangered.
Collectible Booklet “The Conversation on The Conversation” – Includes First Reviews of the Movie After its Release in 1974

Over 5.5 Hours of Bonus Material:
Never-Before-Seen Archival Audio of Director Francis Ford Coppola Dictating the Original Script
Audio Commentary with Francis Ford Coppola
Audio Commentary with Supervising Editor Walter Murch
Never-Before-Seen Interview with Francis Ford Coppola and Composer David Shire
Never-Before-Seen Archival Screen Tests
Archival On-set Interview with Gene Hackman

Release Date: 31 October 2011
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced

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