Watch the Opening Scene from Francis Ford Coppola's Tetro

May 4, 2009
Source: Apple

Tetro Opening Scene

No more than a day after the official trailer for Francis Ford Coppola's Tetro hit, Apple has debuted the entire opening scene, which lasts about three minutes and doesn't show much at all. I'm breaking my rule of featuring a complete clip (for the second time) because, honestly, there's not much that this really shows and it's actually just great to watch. I'm loving cinematographer Mihai Malaimare Jr.'s camera work in this and the black and white adds such more to the feeling as well. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing this while I'm out at Cannes. I'm really hoping Coppola will be making his triumphant return with Tetro.

Watch the opening scene from Francis Ford Coppola's Tetro:

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You can also watch this opening scene from Tetro in High Definition on Apple

Tetro is both written and directed by profound Academy Award winning filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, of everything from Dementia 13 to all three The Godfather films to Apocalypse Now to Rumble Fish to Bram Stoker's Dracula to John Grisham's The Rainmaker to Youth Without Youth most recently. The film was shot in Argentina last year and is being released independently by Coppola's own American Zoetrope. Tetro is tentatively set to debut in limited theaters in the US starting on June 11th this upcoming summer.

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I was never a huge fan of the video game. I guess they'll adapt anything these days.

Greedo the Rodian on May 4, 2009


#1 is retarded.

Zachy on May 4, 2009


Wait #1 like...BAHAHAHHAHAHAHHA....Like I really think hes serious too.

Cody on May 4, 2009


Ah, the Suite Life of Zachy and Cody.

Greedo the Rodian on May 4, 2009


#1 WTF!

the boot on May 4, 2009


It's drawn my interest, however I am still yet to work out what the general storyline is. Is it a drama, a mystery??

ezza72 on May 4, 2009


I'm with #1 - it's ridiculous. Still, I hope they put in the rocket launch sequence at the end - in the game that bit was seat-of-your-pants epic.

Mister_Bubbles on May 5, 2009


Perfect cinematography.

FlaWiio on May 5, 2009


I know that street!!!! It´s CAMINITO, in Buenos Aires. I´ve been there!!! =D

TODO POR 2 CLICKS on May 5, 2009


Alas, Alex, this will not be debuting at Cannes. However, it will be debuting at the Seattle Film Festival.

elessar on May 5, 2009


Just wasted 3:10 of my morning watching 2 minutes of opening credits. The other minute and 10 seconds was of a foreigner walk down the street! Horrible!

Black Dynomite on May 5, 2009



lol on May 5, 2009


Alex, you always seem to break that "rule" at least once a month.....

Al on May 5, 2009


Dont care how "artistic or "deep" you are this was the most boring piece of shit film ive ever seen.

Cody on May 5, 2009


Plot please! (lol at #1, my head just went like"...Francis Ford Coppola adpating a video game?")

CK on May 6, 2009


Pointless other than a nice looking shot of a guy getting off a bus.

Jason K on May 5, 2009

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