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Biography MILIUS John
MILIUS (Milius), John (p. 11. 04. 1944), American writer.
. Screenplay of the famous 'Apocalypse Now' (1979), Milius has become an odious figure, not only because of its far-right beliefs, but because of the excessive inclination to the cult of force, a constant mythologizing brutal character stories
. His ability to find enemies everywhere and to join with them in mortal combat would envy even the characters with. Stallone, like the legendary Rambo.
But in the 70 years of his numerous scenarios paintings ( 'Magnum Pistol', 'Jeremiah Johnson', 'Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean', etc.. ) Had considerable success in Hollywood, as its writers' experiences. In the directorial debut of "Dillinger" (1973), he masterfully takes the scene of endless shoot-outs, not displaying the famous gangster in the court audience, and frankly they admire. In the painting 'Wind and the Lion' (1975) the historical occurrence of the seizure of Arab bandit (W. Connery) Americans he turns into a legendary confrontation between two heroic individuals (Arabs and Theodore Roosevelt). The cult of male solidarity and courage deals fast non-existent picture of surfers 'Big Wednesday' (1978), although its visual beauty and now attracts. The culmination of a brutal film became his most famous adventure movie 'Conan the Barbarian' (1982), who made the famous A. Schwarzenegger and most fully expressed his philosophy of the Miliusa.
. Next painting 'Red Dawn' (1984) about the U.S. conquest of the Russian and Cuban its primitive poster and irresponsibility impressed even jaded American critics
. Less repercussions adventure 'Farewell, . King '(1989), . which Milius paid tribute to his delight in his youth Tarzan and the military action movie 'Flight' Intruder '(1991), . desperately pilot with delight bombing civilians in Hanoi,
. In general, the last picture directed suffer increasingly primitivism and naivety.