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A CONVERSATION WITH GREGORY PECK

Out of Competition
Directed by :
Barbara KOPPLE 
Country:
USA
Duration:
97.00 minutes

Synopsis

The film unfolds to offer an engaging balance between Peck's public persona and his private life, using excerpts from a number of Peck's recent one-man shows and the well-known clips from many of his great movies. At each stop fans ask new questions, and some tell how Peck's film characters inspired their careers. Some have even named their children after him. It isn't just ordinary citizens who appreciate Peck's contributions to American culture, as Peck is filmed being presented with the National Medal for the Arts from President Clinton.
When it comes to the personal side of things, the film offers snapshots from his youth and old home movie footage. As well as wonderfully funny and intimate moments with Peck's family ans closest friends like Lauren Bacall, Martin Scorsese and President Chirac.
Barbara KOPPLE

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