Coppola finds sweet mix of form and feeling in 'Tetro’
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Unrated (nudity, strong language, sexual situations); 127 min.
With Tetro, director Francis Ford Coppola has finally found the sweet mix of form and feeling he has long been pursuing — from his eccentric and willful romance One From the Heart in 1982 all the way through 2007’s attempted comeback, Youth Without Youth.
The elegant but emotionally chilly Youth now seems like a necessary working out of artistic kinks.
Perpetually haunted Vincent Gallo is Tetro. The eldest son of a famous conductor, he long ago fled New York and his celebrated father for life as a writer in Argentina — only to stumble psychologically.
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