The Independent Recommends: Film
Tuesday 29 September 1998
ABC Swiss Centre, London WC2 (0870 902 0403) 6.10pm, 8.40pm
Whatever you think of Apocalypse Now, it has to be experienced in a cinema before you can truly pass judgement. Coppola's bombastic, excessive, even insane excursion into "heart of darkness" territory boasts a kamikaze cast (Martin Sheen, Frederic Forrest, Robert Duvall, Marlon Brando) and moments of chilling clarity amidst the chaos.
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