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| America, America (1963) |
Retail: $19.97, Our:
Warner has announced a February 8th release date for Elia Kazan's America, America (1963).
Currently available and exclusive to Fox's Elia Kazan Collection that just streeted, the standard pressed single disc also comes with commentary from historian Foster Hirsch.
Retail will be $19.97, but it's available at ClassicFlix.com for only $14.99. However, for 3 days only (until November 16th), we'll have it for the SPECIAL LOW PRE-ORDER PRICE of $11.98. ORDER TODAY!
Elia Kazan’s own words begin the saga of young Stavros (Stathis Giallelis), who leaves his war-torn homeland behind to begin a new life. With his family’s meager fortune and his father’s blessing, Stavros encounters both allies and adversaries on a dramatic trek. He ultimately achieves his dream through sheer determination and will, thereby earning his nickname: America, America.
Saluting the masses who sailed toward Miss Liberty’s shining torch, Kazan (A Streetcar Named Desire) uses little-known talents here rather than stars. The results impress: Academy Award nominations (1963) for Best Picture, Director and Screenplay, an Oscar for Gene Callahan’s vivid Art Direction, Golden Globes to Kazan (Best Director) and Giallelis (Most Promising Newcomer) and nomination to the National Film Registry for permanent preservation. Both epic and intimate, it’s powerful moviemaking.