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In other words, Oliver Stone drew on the tradition of historical positivism to present a counter-historical narrative and to put forward his own historical interpretation.
STONE THE CROWS: Bolivian president Evo Morales kicking a ball around in the new Oliver Stone documentary Picture by PA Photo/Jose Ibanez/Dogwoof Films
Hundreds of cameras flashed at the luxury beachside resort Madinat Jumeirah, as Oliver Stone and Goldie Hawn and Ben Affleck appeared on the red carpet.
Unusually for Oliver Stone - whose previous films such as Platoon, JFK and even Natural Born Killers were angry and non-traditional - World Trade Center is an awkward and unsatisfying flag-waving affair.
The colossal horror of Ground Zero strains the imagination, but director Oliver Stone does a masterful job of recreating the acrid, stygian darkness that became the world for officers McLoughlin and Jimeno.
Later this year Oliver Stone will weigh in with World Trade center.
As for us I can only hope we have a little more sense and see this Oliver Stone epic for what it is.
A recent release exhibiting this trend is the would-be blockbuster Alexander, director Oliver Stone's take on the life of Alexander 0the Great.
While it is true that our national debt is massive and largely the result of long-term structural problems in fiscal policy, to blame it "mostly" on war profiteering is a conspiracy theory that even Oliver Stone wouldn't touch.
Far from the tidy narratives of Oliver Stone in his film JFK or James Ellroy in his American Tabloid, the "narrative" constituted by these paintings was shot through by doubt, fragmented by the sequencing of the canvases and rendered illegible and almost abstract by webs of pixels and dots a la Sigmar Polke: historical painting, then, not as truth but as question.
Wall Street (Twentieth Century Fox, 1987) Oliver Stone looks under the rock of the American Dream and finds some nasty stuff in this morality play about avarice and corruption.