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PRINCESS KAIULANI’S WORLD PREMIER AT HAWAII INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN OCTOBER

PRINCESS KAIULANI’S WORLD PREMIER AT HAWAII INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN OCTOBER

 

Q’Orianka Kilcher portrays Princess Kaiulani

 

CONGRATULATIONS: Brett Wagner, who wrote and directed the Oahu-based film Chief, has won best-dramatic-short laurels at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival. The festival is an Academy Award-accredited film festival which means that winners are eligible for Oscar nominations in their respective categories. According to Wagner, jurors included actress Sandra Oh, HBO executive producer Andrew Reimer, and L.A. Weekly film critic Ernest HardyChief premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The film has won a British Academy of Film and Television Certificate of Excellence and the Audience Award for best narrative short at the Maui Film Festival. Chief will be shown at the Hawaii International Film Festival in October…

 

Update: Princess Kaiulani is the title listed on the film’s website about Hawaii’s Princess Kaiulani but it may not be the one used when the film is actually released. According to production executives, the film’s title and the poster “is still being discussed.”  The film’s title has been a lightning rod of controversy with its tentative titles of The Barbarian Princess and then The Last Princess. The title Princess Kaiulani and a poster which is being shown on the film’s website at www.matadorpictures.com was decided on soon after the movie wrapped Hawaii filming in spring.

 

“The film right now is being marketed as Princess Kaiulani including the promo shown at the Cannes film Festival,” producer Ric Galindez said earlier this year. “We’ve already gotten some sales there based on the promo.” But he warned then that the title “may not stick” depending in part on what the domestic distributor wants. “If a (domestic) distributor picks up (PK) and puts in $30 million, $40 million, or $50 million it will be their call. It’s however they want to promote the film” …

 

The $9-million film written and directed by Marc Forby appropriately will have its world premier at the Hawaii International Film Festival in October though discussions continue whether it will be an opening night or center piece screening. Hawaii Theatre and other venues are being considered. The film won’t be shown in a free screening like Sunset on the Beach because that could disallow it for award consideration at some film festivals like Sundance, Cannes and Berlin…

 

Screening Princess Kaiulani during HIFF means dozens of media and film reviewers here for the fest will see it and the publicity generated likely will make it easier for producers to sell the film to a distributor at the American Film Market in November in Santa Monica. Neither HIFF, Matador Picturea, nor Island Film Group’s producers Rick Galindez and Roy Tjioe were immediately available for comment….

 

                Roy Tjioe (l) and Rick Galindez, producers, Island Film Group

 

Q’Orianka Kilcher, who portrays Kaiulani, and the film’s co stars Barry Pepper, Shaun Evans, Jimmy Yuill, Julian Glover and Will Patton likely will be invited to attend the HIFF premier…In a brilliant move to make the film even more Hawaii based, producers hope to have the Honolulu Symphony record the film’s soundtrack rather than have it done in England...

 

 Actor Barry Pepper 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will Patton (Below center)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      Banquet Scene at Moanalua Gardens

 


A playful Q’Orianka Kilcher after a scene well done

 

Here’s Matador Pictures synopsis of the story: 

“1888, the Kingdom of Hawaii is divided by a bitter civil war. Princess Ka’iulani, the young heir to the throne, is suddenly forced to flee the home she adores and move to England where she finds an altogether different life – one where she is not considered royalty. As she grows up and adapts to her new life there, she falls in love with the rebellious but sweet-natured Clive. At the tender age of 17 she receives the devastating news that the Monarchy has been overthrown and her aunt, the Queen, arrested. The young Princess must choose between her true love and the responsibility that comes with her title. Learning what it truly means to be a nation’s Princess, Ka’iulani makes it her mission to restore her kingdom and travels to America to win the hearts and minds of the people”…

 

The film is a co production of Matador Pictures, Trailblazer Films and Island Film Productions…Scheduled general release is 2009…

 

Banquet guests arrive

 

Here’s some of the Hawaii crew who helped create Princess KaiulaniLotus Benedix, hairstylist; Angie Laprete, unit production manager; Darrell Tachibana, greens foreman, Liloa Wong, green coordinator; John Reynolds, sound; Serena Flores, assistant production and travel coordinator; Scott Rogers, acting coach; and Ashley C. Smith, production coordinator…

 

 
 

 

 

 

KELLY HU & JASON SCOTT LEE TOGETHER AT LAST!

KELLY HU & JASON SCOTT LEE TOGETHER AT LAST!

 

Kelly Hu and Jason Scott Lee shoot a scene for the HIFF trailer this week at Makua Beach 

 

 

BREAKING: The Japanese feature film titled Honokaa Boy will begin shooting on the Big Island for about five weeks in October through Nov. 10. The company’s production office opens Sept. 3 in Honokaa. Nancy Erger is doing locations; Laura Bollinger of Big Island Casting is doing extras casting and some for speaking parts. The producers will cast about 15 parts. The production is bringing in several Japanese stars. Storyline: A Japanese man in his early twenties comes to the Big Island and lands in Honokaa and becomes a projectionist at the People’s Theater in Honokaa. He becomes very friendly with the local people in Honokaa, including an older woman who is an excellent cook who feeds him as he becomes enamored with local food especially malasadas. Most of the filming will be in Honokaa, including seven days at the People’s Theater. The story is taken from the book called Honokaa Boy written by Leo Yoshida, who let some people in the town know abut a year ago that a film might be shot there…Yoshida’s father is Japanese and mother Czechoslovakian. Yoshida lived in Honokaa several years ago then wrote the book after he left…

 

It was quite the event at Makua Beach this Wednesday where director Gerard Elmore, executive producer Darrin Kaneshiro and 35 crew filmed the 2008 Hawaii International Film Festival’s trailer For the Love of Film starring Hawaii born actors Jason Scott Lee and Kelly Hu. Lee flew in from his Big Island home for one day of filming with Hu who shot for two days before she left hurriedly to make a flight to Denver to attend the Democratic National Convention…

 

The trailer is produced by David Rosen and his Shooters Production team. The crew – mostly Hawaii production veterans like Scott Mason, John Reynolds, Bob Johnson, Kauila Barber, Anne Misawa, and Shawn Hiatt – all donated their time for the three-day effort. Scene were also shot in Chinatown and helicopter aerials over Makua Beach. Without the donated time and equipment, the 3-5 minute trailer could have cost as much as $300,000. The trailer, which will be ready by the end of this month, is expected to debut at an upcoming Sunset on the Beach in October.

 

Here’s the story line written by Brett Wagner and Elmore:  Lee’s character is spearfishing off Makua. When he walks back on shore he finds a film canister in the sand. He opens it and holds a frame up to the sun on which he sees a beautiful woman (Hu). The film cuts to Hu in Chinatown who walks to her moped when she finds a similar film canister by the curb. She straps the reel to the back of the moped and takes off. Meanwhile, Lee straps the canister to the top of his vintage VW van and heads down the highway. When he passes Hu on the highway going in the opposite direction, the reel on the van rolls off the roof and hits her in the ankle. Hu retrieves the reel then follows Lee’s car to give it back. In his rear view mirror Lee sees Hu and recognizes her from the film frame. He stops, exits the van, and walks to her mesmerized. They lock eyes while she slowly hands him the reel. As the sun goes down they almost kiss but then the viewer is suddenly transfered to a film editing room in China where editors are hard at work. A messenger walks in the editing room and hands a woman a film reel. She looks at some film frames, mutters something, then tosses the reel out the window into the ocean. The scene cuts back to see the original scene where Lee exits the ocean and finds the reel…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hu & Lee when the trailer wrapped

 

Director Elmore also received permission to use a Depeche Mode song in the video which be sung by modern Hawaiian soul singer Paula Fuga who is known as the Hawaiian songstress wearing the “Big Girls Rock” shirt, strumming her ‘ukulele all the way to Hollywood on American Idol.” Locally, she is known as a solo artist and singer for Hawaiian roots reggae band DubKonscious, regular at Hawaii Poetry Slams, educational interpreter at Bishop Museum and active member of Hawaii’s cultural community. HIFF runs Oct. 9-19…For more information visit www.hiff.org …

 

KGMB seems to be the only local HD satellite uplink provider in the state right now. The CBS affiliate was able to do the live HD transmission for the on-air broadcast of Lantern Floating in May, and also has done HD satellite transmissions for other clients, most recently, the OC16 football game live from Leilehua High School last Friday night. A KGMB official said what they’re doing is different from other HD transmissions that have emanated from just a couple of venues around town that are wired for fiber like Aloha Stadium. KGMB’s fully mobile truck can send any format, HD or SD feeds, anywhere…The recent ATT commercial shoot that was shot on Oahu in June and shown several times during the Olympics had KGMB provide satellite reception in our studio for one day when director Rocky Morton and BBDO needed to see a live casting session in L.A. while they were here filming here…

 

Knight Rider update: Looks good for the series to shoot on Oahu for three days but in October. Producers have already contacted a very film friendly hotel here for accommodations but no deal done yet. Look for the return of producer Francis “Frank” Conway with the show…

 

There was a casting call for the $3 million The Lost Medallion independent feature film that begins some six weeks of filming on Kauai in late October. They were looking for any ethnicity but particularly interested in Pacific islander looking kids. Casting was done through the Beverly Holloway Casting…The casting reportedly is confirmed but no news if deals have been signed yet. All the filming will be done on Kauai with some on the north and east sides. Of the 40 crew are all local except for three key positions…

 

Local production crew have also hear about the huge Ben Stiller, Reese Witherspoon film to be directed by Cameron Crow slated for a January start date on Oahu but nothing firmed up yet until that pesky SAG contract situation is settled…

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

KNIGHT RIDER SCHEDULED TO SHOOT HERE THIS FALL

KNIGHT RIDER SCHEDULED TO SHOOT HERE THIS FALL

 

NBC’S affection for Hawaii as a location continues. The network and producers of the Knight Rider television show hope to film part of an episode on Oahu in October for about three days. In the show made famous by David Hasselhoff and the talking car KITT, Justin Bruening (below) now stars as Mike Traceur, the estranged son of Michael Knight (Hasselhoff). Mike teams up with KITT—an artificially intelligent Ford Shelby GT500KR—to fight crime in this continuation of the 1980s cult favorite.

 

 

 

One of the main reasons KR will film here is because of exec. producer Gary Scott Thompson (below)

 

 

 

 

who exec produced 106 episodes of Las Vegas including the two episodes in Hawaii at the Turtle Bay Resort. Thompson was so impressed by the location, crew quality, and the overall ease of filming here that he told Reel Hawaii that he would bring a show back anytime the budget would allow for it. Producers are budget crunching to make the shoot here possible…

 

ABC’s LOST moves into its second week of filming season five beginning at the Hawaii Film Studio tomorrow then locations on Windward and North Shore Oahu Tuesday through Thursday…

 

The trailer for the Oahu episode of the HBO show Entourage trailer for its season 5 premier Sept. 7 is available online at http://www.hbo.com/entourage/   

 

Check out all the locals cast by Rachel Sutton, the new Hawaii casting director on LOST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The three-day filming for the Hawaii International Film Festival’s 2008 trailer – For the Love of Film – begins tomorrow at three Chinatown locations with a stellar group of local filmmakers, many of whom are donating their time and talent to the effort. The trailer is being produced by Shooters Film Production. Jason Scott Lee (below left) and Kelly Hu star in the trailer.

Day one filming features Hu. Tuesday’s filming is on Oahu’s West side featuring Hu and Lee. Director is Gerard Elmore; producer, Darrin Kaneshiro; associated producers: Serena Flores and Mericia Palma. Production coordinator is Lauren Inake. First A.D. is Shooters Film Production owner David Rosen. DP, Anne Misawa; DP/JIB operator, Shawn Hiatt; key grip, Keoki Smith; sound, John Reynolds. The trailer is being shot on the new RED Digital Media camera system…Blue Hawaiian Helicopters is providing helicopter services. with the aerial DP Bob Johnson; Security provided by Charlie Long‘s Private Security…

 

Speaking of Shooters Production, hana hou to Rosen (left) and his team for they commercial the company produced for Straub Hospital featuring Olympic decathlon champion Bryan Clay. You may have seen the commercial just a few dozen times during the Beijing Olympics…

 

 

Tropic Thunder topped the box office chart in its second week with $16.1 million bringing its total take for the DreamWorks-Paramount Kauai-based film to $65.7 million. Tropic edged out Sony’s comedy  The House Bunny with $15.1 million…

 

 

PS: My apologies for taking so long between posts. I had an unexpected vacation at Queen’s Hospital. tr

BOOK ‘EM (AGAIN) DANNO CBS TO RESURRECT FIVE-0 as 2.0

BOOK ‘EM (AGAIN) DANNO CBS TO RESURRECT FIVE-0 as 2.0

 

 

UPDATE: ABC’s LOST will hold an open casting call tomorrow Saturday Aug. 16th. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Ala Wai Elementary School, 503 Komoku St. The call is for both principal speaking and extra (non-speaking) roles this season. Applicants will fill out a form and and have a photo taken. The production is looking for all ethnicities especially those can speak a foreign language…And speaking of Lost, The Hollywood Reporter said today that Matthew Fox‘s new deal  gives him a 50-percent raise to $225,000 an episode. He previously earned $150,000 for each Lost episode. Evangeline Lilly reportedly is renegotiating her contract. Shooting on Lost‘s fifth season gets under way on Monday…

 

 

 

The Hawaii International Film Festival trailer this year begins shooting next week and will featureactors  Jason Scott Lee and Kelly Hu. Two days of exterior shooting will include downtown Honolulu-Chinatown area and Oahu’s west side…

 

Tropic Thunder‘s first day total is  $6.5 million after its Wednesday opening in 3,319 theaters nationwide.

 

CBS Television will try again to resurrect  Hawaii Five-0 in a revamped version in which Steve McGarrett’s son, Chris, is heading the state police office. According to Los Angeles sources with knowledge of the project. Ed Bernero, executive producer of  Criminal Minds, is heading the series remake which originally ran from 1968 to 1980 starring the iconic Jack Lord

Bernero told The Hollywood Reporter that “We will try and keep as much of the original show as possible” including the show’s memorable theme music.” In the original show the McGarrett character was never known to have had a son. The new Five-0 show is being described as Hawaii Five-O 2.0. The lead role has yet to be cast.

 

According to other L.A. sources, CBS Television owns the TV rights to the show but has contractual obligations to the estate of Five-0’s creator Leonard Freeman and its production partner George Litto Productions which owns any feature film version rights.  Sources say CBS must pay a fee to the Freeman estate and Litto Productions to do the TV series. Litto and Freeman did not know CBS’ intentions to do a remake of the series until the story appeared Tuesday in THR, a source close to the estate told Reel Hawaii.

 

Meanwhile, the film version is still being shopped around Hollywood with some discussions with Warner Bros. where the project originally landed. The film has had four screenwriters including Christian Gudenast, Max Makowski, George Nolfi and Roger Towne. Currently, no other screenwriter is working on the story. It’s been several years since Nolfi, the second writer to tackle the project, was in Hawaii doing research on the project. The project has a listed release date of 2010 on the IMDB website. No actor has been selected to play McGarrett. Executive producer is Andria Litto; producer is her father George Litto who sees the film version as a franchise not unlike the James Bond series of films. Litto has said the inaugural film will be “very high budget” as in around $100 million which, sources said, has been a difficult sell to budget conscious WB…

 

CBS and producer/writer Stephen Cannell in 1997 attempted to bring the show back when they filmed a two-hour pilot here starring Gary Busey and featured many of the original actors, including Kam Fong, Zulu and Moe Keale who are all deceased now. The pilot co starred  Russell Wong and Elsie Sniffen. The pilot never made it to broadcast and no official CBS reason was given…

 

 

Ed Bernero (above), executive producer of  Criminal Minds, will exec produce the new Hawaii FIve-0 2.0

 

Producer Bernero, 35, was born on Chicago’s North Side where he was a police officer for 10 years before becoming a television writer. He moved to Los Angeles in October 1999, and began working on an episode of F/X: The Series in November. He then met with Steven Bochco and David Milch, and was asked to write an episode of NYPD Blue. He was then hired to write for Brooklyn South and subsequently worked as story editor for Trinity. When that show was canceled, John Wells asked him to collaborate on a new show – Third Watch. When Third Watch ended, he made a deal with Paramount and received a script forQuantico created by Jeff Davis as part of the deal. After the pilot for the new show was filmed in Vancouver and the series, renamed Criminal Minds, it was picked up by CBS. Bernero became the showrunner after the second episode aired when Davis left the project.

 

 

Producers of the Oahu made reality show Heart of Paradise are in discussions with FOX network executives in Los Angeles for a premier date on Hawaii affiliate KHON that’s expected to be finalized next week. The hourlong show’s debut is expected to be late this year. 

 


Filming of Heart of Paradise at Waimanalo Beach

 

Meanwhile the production company this week is holding a casting call at Pacific Focus for voice over and on-camera talent. That will complete what’s needed to wrap filming for the show though final editing will take until Sept. 1. Executive producers are Bill Orihuela and Cynthia Lockhart (below right)

 

 

Producers are Shannon Vandermark, Rebecca Taylor and Cherie Tallet; Bill Paris of Crew Hawaii is director of photography; post editing by Steve Szabo. The camera team is Paris, Chuck Gooch, Scott Culbertson, Mathias Van Wessinger; assistant camera is Gerry Kaman. Audio is by Chris Wiecking and Marc Tallet. Brett Wagner is the show’s writer. Talent: Brandon Shantz, Jordan Segundo, Marlene Baldueza, and Antonia Aqui. Contract Media Group is doing public relations…

 

Paris (below left) has been working on a slew of projects including one still untitled for Kamehameha Schools on sustainability in Hawaii and featuring what the school is doing. The production has been six months in the making and is produced by Paris and Randy Brandt. The hour-long documentary narrated by Keohi Tucker is set to air on KGMB in October.

 

Paris has also been working with ABC’s Nightly News shooting HD on presidential hopeful Barrack Obama‘s life in Hawaii and after that one other Obama piece for ABC’s 20-20

 

 

Bill Paris (left) with two mainland segment producers during production of Heart of Paradise 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neil Young‘s movie CSNY: Deja Vu is currently on OTWC pay per view – channel 990 or 620. Young did seven weeks of editing the Farish Media studio on the Big Island….

 

Continuing the journey that began at Sundance eight months ago, Brett Wagner‘sCHIEF recently completed its opening at two big events, including the Maui Film Festival, where the film won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Short Film. The Festival of Pacific Arts in Pago Pago, American Samoa also screened the film. The Festival of Pacific Arts is held every four years, each time in a different Pacific nation. Thousands of delegates from 27 different countries descended this year on Tutuila for 10 days of music, dance, crafts, and occasional cinema. Chief star Chief Sielu Avea and Wagner traveled to Pago Pago for the occasion with the generous sponsorship of Hawaiian Airlines and the support of Mayor Mufi Hanneman and the Honolulu Film office. In October, CHIEF will have it’s long-awaited hometown premiere at the Hawaii International Film Festival. CHIEF also will be shown at the L.A. SHORTSFEST on Thursday, Aug. 21, at 3 p.m. and at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival at 4 p.m., Aug. 22. Producer is Dana Hankins with Christina Simpkins, executive Producer…

                                                           

At Tropic Thunder’s Hollywood premier yesterday, a few dozen demonstrators showed up outside Mann’s Theatre to protest the movie’s repeated use of the word “retard.” People representing organizations like the Special Olympics and the American Association of People with Disabilities were carrying signs that read said things “Tropic Thunder, Colossal Blunder,” “We have abilities, not disabilities!”, and “‘R’ word is hate speech.” A coalition of some 22 advocacy groups has launched a boycott of the film. Andrew J. Imparato, president of the American Association of People with Disabilities, called the film “tasteless” and said it was “offensive start to finish.” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Director and star Ben Stiller, who portrays a mentally disabled character named Simple Jack in a fake movie trailer in the beginning of the film, acknowledged the protesters’ right to speak their mind, but also defended TT.

“I did not set out to offend anybody, but sometimes, when you are making an R-rated comedy, that happens,” Stiller told reporters. “That is not what I set out to do, but I think the movie is good and it speaks for itself”…

 

Hopeful sign?: If SAG and the producers agree to a contract this week at least one very production friendly Hawaii hotel which has had “lots of discussions” with productions waiting to film here may be announcing some tremendous news. Stand by…

 

 

MAUI WRITERS CONFERENCE SCROLLS INTO OAHU

MAUI WRITERS CONFERENCE SCROLLS INTO OAHU

 

 

After 15 years of a mega successful run on the Valley Isle, the Maui Writers Conference and retreat this year moves to Waikiki under the banner Maui Writers Conference on the Road in Honolulu. The new hospitality sponsor is Outrigger Enterprises Group with the conference being held at the Hawaii Convention Center Aug. 2-Sept. 1. The Outrigger Reef on the Beach and Embassy Suites-Waikiki Beach Walk hotels will host this year’s pre-conference retreat  Aug. 22- Aug. 28.

 

The 2008 conference will highlight the fields of fiction, nonfiction and screenwriting. Also scheduled this year are specialty workshops on the business of writing, children’s and young adult books, journalism, magazine writing, food and cookbook writing, and poetry. One-on-one consultations with agents, editors and publishers will be available during the conference with more than 35 literary agents, editors, and film and TV executives participating.

 

Featured presenters include: Bryce Courtenay, Australia’s top selling novelist; Steve Berry, whose first two books The Amber Room and The Romanov Prophecy were both national bestsellers; and William Bernhardt, author of fourteen books. Other notable authors include James Rollins, William Martin, John Lescroart, John Saul, Jacquelyn Mitchard, Thomas H. Cook, Ann Hood and scriptwriter Michael Palmieri.

 

There’s an advanced screenwriting class for screenwriters who want to aggressively learn the craft. They must submit a treatment for the idea they’re working on and have preferably completed at least one screenplay. The master classes are designed for screenwriters who have completed at least two screenplays and have participated in Maui Writers Retreat Screenwriting Program at least once (or a comparable progra) elsewhere. There will be two small groups: one led by Academy Award nominated writer Diane Lake, and John Soriano, screenwriter and senior story analyst at Paramount Pictures. In the master class, writers rewrite their first 15 – 30 pages and workshop them in class. There will be a screenplay competition where one writer from each Master Class will be chosen by their fellow classmates based on their rewritten pages. 

The winner will receive $1,000.00 cash, a 2009 entry into Maui Writers Retreat and Conference, and Final Draft software packaged provided by Final Draft. One scene will be chosen from their screenplay and produced by the University of Hawaii – Academy of Creative Media. The intention is to screen the scene the last night of the conference.

 

Screenwriting Track: Mark Fergus (producer) co-wrote the current blockbuster film Iron Man and was one of the Academy Award nominated screenwriters for the film Children of Men. He also directed Guy Pearce in the feature First Snow, which he co-wrote with his screenwriting partner Hawk Ostby.  

 

Academy Award winning writer Bobby Moresco – Crash and Million Dollar Baby – will present a seminar to the Screenwriting Program.

 

 

The conference also will hold a free screening of The Kings of Appletown at 7 p.m. August 30 at Sunset on the Beach in Waikiki. The Kings of Appletown is a family movie inspired by the novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. The movie is directed by  Moresco (right). The film was directed by Moresco’s daughter – Amanda Moresco (left), who has worked on multiple projects including the television series’ Falcone and Hell’s Kitchen as well as feature films One Eyed King, Million Dollar Baby and Crash. She’s also written The Prince and the Pauper. Dad and daughter will attend The Maui Writers Conference at the Ala Moana Hotel the next day to discuss the movie which will be released in theaters this winter.

 

For more information log on at www.mauiwriters.com or call (808) 879-0061. You can also email writers@mauiwriters.com

 

 

 

                  

 

Tropic Thunder opens nationally Wednesday to huge fanfare, critical praise, and a lot of crossed fingers. On Thursday, Aug. 14,  a special invitation only premier on Kauai will be shown at Kukui Grove Cinemas in Lihue. A short opening ceremony starts at 7:30 p.m. with screening at 8:30 p.m...The film stars Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr. and Jack Black...Trivia: Downy started working on Tropic Thunder two days after he finished Iron Man

 

Nick Nolte plays the Vietnam vet and double amputee whose book inspires the war movie they’re making. The film satirizes Apocalypse Now, The Deer Hunter, Platoon, Hamburger Hill, Full Metal Jacket and several other war dramas…

 


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