A Film I Love: The Conversation
Cambridge Film Festival presents the brand new film season "A Film I Love..." Each month a special guest will introduce a film they love, and explain why it means so much to them. Radio Times Film Editor Andrew Collins introduces: THE CONVERSATION. Written, produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gene Hackman as surveillance expert Harry Caul, THE CONVERSATION is a multi award winning psychological thriller, widely regarded as one of the greatest movies of all time and certainly Hackman’s finest performance. When awarding THE CONVERSATION 4 out of 4 stars famed critic Roger Ebert described Hackman's portrayal of Caul as "one of the most affecting and tragic characters in the movies.” While the Radio Times described it as a “Small masterpiece” and a “Haunting thriller [which] skilfully taps into post-Watergate paranoia resulting in an intensely fascinating study of a perpetrator turned victim of the surveillance society." Please note: As a charity with an aim of bringing great films to as many people as possible Cambridge Film Festival is trialing a new Pay What You Can Afford ticket scheme for the “A Film I Love…” season. Tickets will be available on a sliding scale and you can choose what you pay based on your circumstances. Full information about the “A Film I Love…” Season and Pay What You Can Afford can be found at www.camfilmfest.com
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