"A poignant funeral meditation steeped in humanity" Télérama
1969, Virginia. At Arlington Military Cemetery, Lt. Jackie Willow is buried with national honors. Before leaving to fight in Vietnam, the latter had made his debut within Fort Myer itself, chaperoned by Sergeant Clell Hazard. Between this Korean veteran who has ceased to believe in the necessity of this war and the young idealist Willow, a strong bond had been forged over the months...
Eight years after the grandiose Apocalypse Now , Francis Ford Coppola once again plunges into the Vietnam War, this time choosing to show behind the scenes. Set only behind the conflict, Jardins de pierre renews the genre of the war film by swapping the spectacular for sobriety and the intimate. Through his hero played by James Caan, the filmmaker delivers a poignant reflection on the life of a soldier, between pride, guilt and doubt.
BD 50 • HIGH DEFINITION MASTER • 1080/23.98p • AVC ENCODING Original Version DTS-HD MA 2.0 / French Version DTS-HD MA 1.0 French Subtitles • Format 1.85 respected • Colors • Length of the Film: 111 mn
DVD 9 • NEW RESTORED MASTER • PAL • MPEG-2 ENCODING Original Version Dolby Digital 2.0 / French Version Dolby Digital 1.0 French subtitles • 1.85 format respected • 16/9 compatible 4/3 • Colors Film length: 107 mins