Oliver Stone: Why do I have to provoke?

Smith, Gavin
December 1994
Sight & Sound;Dec94, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p8
Interviews movie director Oliver Stone on his motion picture `Natural Born Killers.' Comments of film reviewers; Objective reality outside the motion picture's subjective viewpoints; Central characters' fantasies about being killers; Theme and ending of the movie; Contract between mainstream American films and the audience.


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