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Grand Prix 1967


From Amazon: Light on story, this 1966 spectacle directed by John Frankenheimer was shot in 70 millimeter, with a cinematically enthralling emphasis on unique, visceral new ways of capturing the sensations of a car race. James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Yves Montand, and Toshiro Mifune are part of the stellar, international cast whose characters plod through assorted relationship and business conflicts. But the film's real hook is the thrilling and inventive means by which Frankenheimer (The Manchurian Candidate) brings an urgency to the drama happening on the racetrack. A true master of the plastic techniques of obtaining and cutting kinetic...

Directed By:
No image existsJohn Frankenheimer
Starring:
No image existsJames Garner
No image existsEva Marie Saint
No image existsYves Montand
No image existsToshiro Mifune
No image existsBrian Bedford

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Grand Prix Movie Review by ManMachine (4/15/2018)

I, for one, would certainly like to know what director, John Frankenheimer's justification was for this film's gruelling 3-hour running time. It made absolutely no sense to me why this film needed to be so long. No sense, at all.

I found that the more background and more personal dramas that were revealed to me about the...

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