"Taking the last shot can be a matter of life and death": Oliver Stone celebrates his 75th birthday
On September 15, 1946, Oliver Stone, an American filmmaker and winner of three Oscars, was born. He is famous not only as the director of the films "Platoon", "John F. Kennedy. Shots in Dallas, The Doors, Wall Street: Money Doesn't Sleep, but also as a screenwriter for Conan the Barbarian and Scarface. In many documentary and fiction projects, Stone explores modern political processes and offers his own view of them. The cinematographer has also authored a number of books, including the printed version of the series Interview with Putin, the memoir Chasing the Light, and the semi-autobiographical novel A Child's Sleep at Night.