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Norman Mailer

Norman Mailer

Total Credits at Criticker: 14 (Actor), 4 (Director), 9 (Writer)

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    The Capote Tapes (2019)
    Using the tapes, animation, and new on-camera interviews with people who knew him, the film explores the impact of Capote's explosive unfinished novel "Answered Prayers."
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    Oswald
    A decade after JFK's assassination, America's political culture was changed almost beyond recognition. With Oswald's Ghost, acclaimed director Robert Stone offers an unprecedented deconstruction of the mythologies and controversy surrounding what is perhaps the most tangled and far reaching murder mystery of all time... (Seventh Art Releasing)
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    The Ballad of Greenwich Village (2005)
    A documentary that tells the story of the artists, rebels, and bohemians who came to New York's Greenwich Village over many decades, and changed the face of American culture through their art and politics.
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    Inside Deep Throat (2005)
    It was a $25,000 movie that became a $600 million phenomenon. It caused an administration to declare war on freedom. It turned buying a ticket into an act of revolution. Now, more than 30 years after Deep Throat first burst upon the public consciousness, this documentary examines the chasm between the modest intentions of the movie's makes and the unforeseen legacy they inadvertently created. (Universal)
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    The Outsider (2005)
    The Outsider, a feature-length documentary from first-time writer/director Nicholas Jarecki, is a film about film, specifically, the power of film to create, to move, and to endure. It follows one of America's most obsessive and intriguing filmmakers, James Toback, writer/director of 11 movies. Filmed over an 8-month period, The Outsider follows Toback through all phases of the making of his new film (shooting, editing, scoring, and release)... Green Room Films)
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    Norman Mailer: My Life (2003)
    In Gero von Boehm's portrait he talks very frankly about his life and ideas. The film visits the places where he lives and where he was born. A lot of pictures draw a life full of suspense, drama and joy - in Norman Mailer's words, his "life is a feast".
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    Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale (2000)
    Tells the amazing story of 78-year old Tobias Schneebaum, one of the most charming, enigmatic and perplexing men ever captured on screen. A seemingly mild-mannered elderly Jewish New Yorker, Tobias is actually one of the most fearless adventurers of our time. (Next Wave Films)
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    Cremaster 2 (1999)
    A lyrical, challenging work about America, mythology, and death. Believing that his grandmother had an affair with Harry Houdini (Norman Mailer), noted murderer Gary Gilmore (Barney) wanders through the afterlife - depicted here as a gold-colored honeycomb maze filled with two-stepping cowboys and rodeos - hoping to find the magician. In the process, Barney constructs a personal narrative from elements and symbols of the American west.
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    When We Were Kings (1996)
    An unforgettable account of the "Rumble in the Jungle," this Oscar-winning film captures all the magic of Muhammad Ali at the peak of his triumphant career. (Universal)
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    King Lear (1987)
    Everything returns to normal after Chernobyl. That is, everything but art. Most of the great works are lost, and it is up to people like William Shakespeare Junior the Fifth to restore the lost artwork of the human race. (imdb)
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    Town Bloody Hall (1979)
    Filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus document a debate between Norman Mailer and four feminists.
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    Maidstone (1970)
    Norman T. Kingsley, famous movie director, runs for President. (imdb)
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    Beyond the Law (1968)
    Intertwined stories of a night at a police station.
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    Wild 90 (1968)
    A trio of gangsters are holed up in a ramshackle New York apartment, drinking, braying, and fighting. (criterion.com)
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