Clint Eastwood Movies
“White Hunter, Black Heart” (1990)
No film captures the intersection of Clint Eastwood’s conflicting artistic philosophies quite like this 1990 motion picture. Producing, directing and starring in the leading role, Eastwood finds feet of clay in the larger than life movie director he portrays on screen. For most of the movie—the first third of which takes place in London, the second third of which takes place in mid-Africa and the third act of which occurs within the context of a deep-country African village—the largeness looms.
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