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Apocalypse Now Final Cut [Blu-ray]

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Is Adult Product
Release Date2019-08-27T00:00:01Z
Edition40th Anniversary 6 Disc Edition
LanguageEnglish
Format4K

Lionsgate Home Entertainment released Apocalypse Now to Blu-ray on August 27, 2019. Francis Ford Coppola directed the film starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, and Robert Duvall.

‘Apocalypse Now’ Movie Synopsis

In Apocalypse Now, the U.S. military sends a worn out and fatigued U.S Army captain named Benjamin L. Willard on a harrowing mission into the deepest parts of the jungle during the height of the Vietnam War. They task him with eliminating a rogue Green Beret officer named Walter E. Kurtz who has gone completely insane. With a small squad of soldiers, Willard sets out in a boat and heads upriver towards Kurtz’ base. However, Willard soon eerily realizes that the closer he gets to his target, the more he seems himself in the Green Beret. If he’s to be successful on his mission, Willard will not return home the same man.

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United Artists released Apocalypse Now to theaters on August 15, 1979. Francis Ford Coppola directed the film starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, and Robert Duvall.

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