3 comments on “The Conversation

  1. I saw The Conversation in S.F. in the theater in ’74 and somehow haven’t seen it again since. I remember enjoying it but then squawking at the ending because (I totally don’t remember anything else about the movie) it seemed like Coppola had sneakily tweaked the inflection in one sentence of the recording to change its meaning. I’ve always meant to go back and see if that still seems true, but I never have. The movie is so well-known and popular, I imagine that someone else would have pointed this false step out if it were in fact the case.

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