MEDIUM COOL

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MEDIUM COOL

Haskell Wexler
USA, 1969
Fiction, 110min, OF

MEDIUM COOL

Haskell Wexler
USA, 1969
Fiction, 110min, OF

Cast: 
Robert Forster
John Cassellis
Harold Blankenship
Harold
Verna Bloom
Eileen
Peter Bonerz
Gus
Marianna Hill
Ruth
Haskell Wexler
Screenplay: 
Haskell Wexler
Sound: 
Christopher Newman
Camera: 
Haskell Wexler
Editor: 
Verna Fields
Composer: 
Mike Bloomfield

Production: 
H & J
World Sales: 
Hollywood Classics Linton House, 39/51 Highgate Road London NW5 1RS, Großbritannien T 207 424 7280 emese@hollywoodclassics.com
Format: 
35 mm
Color
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Medium Cool, a film set during the 1968 Democratic National Convention riots that Haskell Wexler wrote, photographed and directed, is among the most important American films ever made. One of the landmarks of independent film, as well as one of the primary celluloid artifacts of the decade, Medium Cool stars Robert Forster as a television cameraman in Chicago during the riots. Shooting with handheld cameras, Wexler's unerring eye moves seamlessly between the actors and the unplanned events exploding in front of them. His pitiless dissection of the media's role in the shaping of reality spares no one. Medium Cool remains one of the seminal films of the Sixties.

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