Elephant

2003

N / A

81 Min

Elephant

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Elephant is a Gus Van Sant film depicting the story of a high school just before and after a massive shooting. The film is shot in a way that makes the viewer seem like they are there, in the high school, slowly walking around witnessing ever characters story unfold. The film won the Palme d’Or and Best Director at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

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Director:
Released:
May 18th, 2003
Budget:
$3,000,000.00
Revenue:
$10,020,543.00
Country:
USA

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- Most of the shots in the movie are very long and Steadicam-based. The shot of the three girls walking through the cafeteria is 5 minutes and 19 seconds long.

- SPOILER: This film, Gerry and Last Days form Gus Van Sant's "Death Trilogy", which he edited himself. This film centers on death at the hands of a stranger.More

- The characters that appear in the video game played by Eric are from Gerry.

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