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By Arthur Miller
Set at the gritty Brooklyn waterfront, A View from the Bridge follows the cataclysmic downfall of Eddie Carbone, who spends his days as a hardworking longshoreman and his nights at domestic along with his spouse, Beatrice, and niece, Catherine. however the regimen of his existence is interrupted whilst Beatrice's cousins, unlawful immigrants from Italy, arrive in ny. As one in all them embarks on a romance with Catherine, Eddie's envy and myth performs out with devastating results.
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This print begins with a Sm 38s pre-credits sequence set in Havana, Cuba. The first thing we see is XKlSO (Robert Towne) having his tennis shoes polished. After a piece of paper is inserted into his sock, the secret agent starts to leave, only to see his "contact" gunned down by two bearded men (John Fles and Stanton Kaye: "Stanton went on to become an apprentice grip on The Shooting, then later a film maker" 15 ). After escaping from the assassins, XKlSO reads the message in his sock, dons a ridiculous disguise (consisting of sunglasses and a fake moustache), and proceeds to the Santo Domingo bar, where he meets agent XK120, a young woman played by Jaclyn Hellman.
THE TERROR (1963) 31 put a net in it so the rock wouldn't sink too fast. Well, that succeeded. " 24 According to Hellman, "The quicksand idea was originally developed as a way to kill Jonathan Haze. " 25 A dissolve returns us to Coppola's footage. Back in the cottage, Andre sketches Helene while Caterina, who still insists "there is no girl," refuses to help him find the castle. Since Gustav has "gone away," Andre sets out on his own. " Since Gustav was mute in the scenes shot by Coppola, it is clear that this information was originally imparted to Andre by Helene (who remains silent throughout the forest scene shot later by Hellman).
Since Gustav has "gone away," Andre sets out on his own. " Since Gustav was mute in the scenes shot by Coppola, it is clear that this information was originally imparted to Andre by Helene (who remains silent throughout the forest scene shot later by Hellman). The next scene, in which Andre is almost killed by falling rocks, is also by Coppola. Hellman directed the shots of Andre stopping by the sea, washing his face and looking up to catch his first glimpse of the castle. Just as the earlier encounter with water preceded Andre's initial view of Helene, so here it is after washing his face that he sees the Baron's home.
A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller