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Tetro opening three minutes online

FrancisFordCoppola.jpgThe first three minutes of Francis Ford Coppola's Tetro has arrived online, and while it really is only the opening credit sequence and a few shots either side, it looks very stylish and gives an idea of the feel for the film.

I do enjoy title sequences and I think, like trailers, they do deserve their own set of awards. I just don't know if anyone would agree with me outside art and editor departments!

Francis Ford Coppola's film builds from memories of his own younger life, even though the story is fictional, which adds to the mystique behind it. Following two brothers Tetro looks at the conflicts and secrets amongst their family.

We had just seen the trailer the other day, thanks to Louise who was covering while I was away celebrating my first year of marriage.

The three minute sequence is over at Apple Trailers [P:S:M:L:480p:720p:1080p]. See what you think. I think they could have added a little more footage in and perhaps made it a little less mysterious.

Here's a flash version that was pulled from the Apple Quicktime.



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