Dir. Robert Altman. 1970, 116 mins. New DCP restoration. With Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman. Robert Altman’s commercial and critical breakthrough film, which instantly put him in the top ranks of American filmmakers, is a bold counterculture satire on war, freely mixing raucous and ribald comedy with vivid dramatic scenes. The film was revolutionary for its overlapping sound and loose narrative style.
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