Oliver Stone





Oliver Stone


Born
in New York City, The United States
September 15, 1946


Average rating: 4.06 · 2,613 ratings · 285 reviews · 43 distinct works · Similar authors
The Untold History of The U...

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JFK: The Book of the Film

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On History: Tariq Ali and O...

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Scarface: The Movie Scriptbook

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A Child's Night Dream

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The Concise Untold History ...

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Nixon: An Oliver Stone Film

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“Hell is the impossibility of reason.”
Oliver Stone

“Films might get to you and your subconscious and make a little difference, but when the vigilante drum beats, the mob screams and the conformists go along with it. There have to be people who are non-conformists.”
Oliver Stone

“Most American view World War II nostalgically as the "good war," in which the United States and its allies triumphed over German Nazism, Italian fascism, and Japanese militarism. The rest of the world remembers it as the bloodiest war in human history. By the time it was over, more than 60 million people lay dead, including 27 million Russians, between 10 million and 20 million Chinese, 6 million Jews, 5.5 million Germans, 3 million non-Jewish Poles, 2.5 million Japanese, and 1.5 million Yugoslavs. Austria, Great Britain, France, Italy, Hungary, Romania, and the United States each counted between 250,000 and 333,000 dead.”
Oliver Stone, The Untold History of The United States

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