Andre Deutsch 2013
Hardback 288pp Illustrated
9780233003863   Product Code: 21396
Francis Ford Coppola earned his place in film history with The Godfather in 1972 and consolidated it with a string of films in the 1970s culminating in Apocalypse Now. This analysis of the great director is based on interviews with Coppola, his friends and colleagues and examines the influences that have shaped his productions as well as the creative and financial turmoil behind them that, by the early 1980s, left him $20 million in debt, despite having won five Oscars.