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The ceremony is about to begin: The Doors by Oliver Stone selected to screen at Cannes Classics

I am thrilled and looking forward to seeing the Doors by Oliver Stone on a big screen again. Than you Cannes Classics, thank you Thierry Fremaux...

I had had so much fun working on the french release for Sony Pictures. This, above, was our special poster designed for France. It was  inspired the fantastic teaser trailer, I found the trailer so powerful that I asked Publicis, our ad agency, to work on a poster focused on the final scene where Jim is about to disolve in bright light: The ceremony is about to begin...

My team remembers dearly how I took them for a ride to celebrate the fantastic opening...at Père Lachaise with a hidden bottle of Champagne we drunk on his grave and shared with Jim and some fans smoking pot to his memory!

 

 

I remember having a fight with Liberation, an influential french daily, who had trashed the film for no other reason than a personal vendetta against Oliver Stone after Platoon. " A colorful piece od shit" they wrote, and I therefore lost my bet with Oliver Stone that he would finally have a good review in Liberation...This is thebegining of a long story (ending on th efront cover of Variety opening issue in Cannes! I ll tell you some day...

In the end: on opening day: 1 journalist still constipated and 112 000 spectators released

Below is the domestic US poster I did not want to reveal Val Kilmer's face!

...well...light my fire!

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