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David Fincher’s highly anticipated new film reevaluates 1930s Hollywood through the eyes of scathing wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, played by Gary Oldman, as he races to finish CITIZEN KANE.
“A grand contribution to Hollywood history… A story about a man behind so many of our movie memories and making a new one in the process. And it is, without a doubt one, of the year’s very best.” —Lindsey Bahr, AP News “Arguably the best-looking movie of the year… Filmed in silvery, silken tones of black and white, dripping in Hollywood lore and filled with strikingly beautiful shots, David Fincher’s MANK is a love letter to Old Hollywood and also a love letter to Fincher’s father, Jack, who began working on this screenplay decades ago and died in 2003.” —Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun Times “Shot after shot evokes the look of Gregg Toland’s groundbreaking cinematography for CITIZEN KANE: the deep-focus compositions and images of gloomy high-ceilinged rooms crisscrossed by dusty bars of light.” —Dana Stevens, Slate “David Fincher’s latest is the best movie of the year... Every scene oozes intellect, but stops short of pretension.” —Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post
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