Podcast: The Last Of The Mohicans (1992) and O Brother Where Art Thou (2000)

The Last Of The Mohicans
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In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, two films from top notch filmmakers take centre stage.

1992’s The Last Of The Mohicans, from Michael Mann, wasn’t the easiest of productions. From personnel leaving and the threat of strike action, to the months of required training and the difficulty landing the score, it proved quite the challenge.

The Coen Brothers’ O Brother Where Are Thou? was a lot calmer by comparison. George Clooney, for instance, signed on without reading the script. But there was still a bit of groundbreaking technical work that needed to be done – and a lot of music that needed to be recorded before filming could begin…

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