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Guide to Kulchur, Episode 9
Apocalypse Now

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John Morgan and Guillaume Durocher join Fróði Midjord on the latest Guide to Kulchur to talk about Francis Ford Coppola’s classic Vietnam War film, Apocalypse Now. They do a scene-by-scene analysis of it, and discuss the differences between the director’s cut and the original version of the film and its relationship to other films, as well as Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, and also its relevance for politics and the Right. Available on both YouTube and Spreaker.

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  1. Peter Quint
    Posted January 14, 2019 at 7:53 am | Permalink

    I’ve read “Heart Of Darkness” two or three times, and the problem with “Apocalypse Now” is that they could not find an actor who had the “oratorical abilities,” and “charisma” that Kurtze had in the book. In the book Kurtze was the “illuminated” man whom represented the highest ideals in Christianity, and western civilization, but the natives easily corrupted him by giving him all the power, and free sex that he could handle (remember the voodoo woman who was worth several times her weight in elephant tusks). In the movie Kurtze represented the highest ideals in the military, and America. Again, the natives corrupted him with power, and worship (I did not see a counterpart to the voodoo woman in the book). In the book Kurtze’s final words were “The horror, the horror!” and in the movie Kurtze’s final words were “Drop the bomb!” In both movie, and book Kurtze failed, and went native; he was easily turned to the dark side.

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