Bilder aus New Hollywood



In den siebziger Jahren des vergangenen Jahrtausends kamen noch richtig gute Filme aus Hollywood und ich meine damit richtig richtig gute Filme. „Easy Rider“, „Taxi Driver“ oder „Die Reifeprüfung“ dekonstruierten das Kino der der sechziger Jahre und zeigten den Menschen jenseits damals gängiger Klischees. Hier gibt es einige faszinierende Fotos aus dieser gloriosen Zeit und wie man sehen kann, waren Robert De Niro und Al Pacino schon vor „Heat“ zusammen im Bild.


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  1. ben_


  2. peterhengl

    Ohmeingott die waren JUNG!

    (Sogar wenn man die ganzen New-Hollywood-Klassiker alle gesehen hat, vergisst man gerne, wie jung Pacino, De Niro and the likes damals waren…)

  3. Faktotum

    Großartig, vielen Dank für den Link! Mein Favorit: Sly Stallone mit Andy Warhol.

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  5. due

    mein favorit ist christopher walken – der schnurbart ist doch stilprägend !!!

  6. Jasse


  7. SuppenkaZper

    auf den Bildern sieht man das es noch eine idealere besetzung für Wolverine als Jackman gegeben hätte, clint fucking eastwood ^^ 30 jahre früher…

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