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Marlon Brando

By timparkin  
Brando's performance as Vito Corleone in 1972's The Godfather was a mid-career turning point. Director Francis Ford Coppola convinced Brando to submit to a "make-up" test, in which Brando did his own makeup (he used cotton balls to simulate the puffed-cheek look). Coppola was electrified by Brando's characterization as the head of a crime family, but had to fight the studio in order to cast the temperamental Brando, whose reputation for difficult behavior and demands was the stuff of backlot legend. Mario Puzo always imagined Brando as Corleone.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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26 Nov 2009 7:08PM
Wonderful image indeed !

Chris
27 Nov 2009 5:48AM
Sublime light across this west coast beach.

Dougie
sprock 18 66 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2009 8:52AM
Its a great image. I dont see the connection though.
timparkin 15 27 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2009 8:57AM

Quote:Its a great image. I dont see the connection though.


I saw the black rocks as representing the cotton wool that Marlon used to create the unique look of the godfather. and the setting sun to the left of Rhum as the mafia's influence on the descendant but with little to replace it. The sands of time wash around the whole lot but with a promise of a new dawn the next day..

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