Apocalypse Now : Final Cut - Closing Night 2019

Deckchair Cinema is closing it's gates for the Wet Season but there is time for one final epic screening. Often as we watch the red sun set in the orange haze above the ocean, with rain-forest meeting the sea, American Military Ospray Aircraft cruise by and you can't help but consider Deckchair Cinema THE place to experience Francis Ford Coppola's journey into the heart of darkness, Apocalypse Now. As night descends experience wildlife authentic to the movie like flying fox bats as the film continues (no tigers, we promise!). We're going to include an intermission to let you stretch your legs at a suitable point.

Now in its 40th year presents a new, never-before-seen restored version of the film. The new film Apocalypse Now Final Cut, has been fully remastered to the highest audio and visual standards from the original negative for the first time ever. Apocalypse Now Final Cut employs a ground-breaking sound system engineered to create a truly visceral experience. In addition, the film has been enhanced with High Dynamic Range HDR, delivering spectacular colors and highlights, with brighter brights and darker-dark the result is breathtaking realism.

Apocalypse Now Final Cut is Coppola's most realized version of the film, which was nominated for eight Academy Awards (R), won three Golden Globes (R) (Best Original Score, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture, 1980), and is one of AFI's top 100 films. Coppola's visually dazzling masterpiece is a surreal, hallucinatory, epic tragedy about the horror of the Vietnam War. A U.S. Army Intelligence officer is sent on a bizarre river journey deep into the jungle to assassinate Colonel Kurtz, a renegade Green Beret who uses primitive tribesmen to wage his own war.

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“ Apocalypse Now finds its triumph in restating the inhumanity of empire.”

Peter Bradshaw - Guardian

“Timeless in every way.”

Rich Cline - Shadows on the Wall

Show Time(s)

Add to Calendar 7:30pm,
Sunday 17 November
Deckchair Cinema

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Francis Ford Coppola



Running Time

183 minutes


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