Saturday, January 11, 2014

Trust Movies | James van Maanen Reviews Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen

John Mulholland's COOPER & HEMINGWAY: THE TRUE GEN is a first-class, dual celebrity bio-doc

Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen
A feature documentary
Gary Cooper and Ernest Hemingway were best of friends? Who knew? I sure didn't. And prior to viewing this remarkably rich, detailed and moving documentary, I might have also added, Who cares? Not any more. Even if you were not the greatest fan of "Coop," one of, if not the most popular male American actors from the 1930s through the dawn of the 1960s, nor one of those who bow down to Hemingway as the be-all-and-end-all of American fiction, this movie will surprise you, and, I suspect, quickly win you over. If you are already big fans of these men, get ready for some prime catnip. Read more:

Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen
NY Times Critic's Pick. A Feature Documentary on the 20 year friendship of Gary Cooper & Ernest Hemingway. Narrated by Sam Waterston, Voice of Hemingway by Len Cariou, Written & Directed by John Mulholland, Produced by Richard Zampella.

Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen. Rated NR · 130 min. · 2013. - Official Site: Director(s). John Mulholland. Writer(s). John Mulholland. Studio. Transmultimedia Entertainment. Producer: Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland. Cast: Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Patricia Neal, Elmore Leonard
"Cooper and Hemingway"

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