Hemingway - A Film by Ken Burns & Lynn Novick (DVD)
Three-part documentary profiling influential American writer Ernest Hemingway co-directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.
From his interactions with the 'Lost Generation' in Paris in the 1920s, to his time as a journalist covering the Spanish Civil War, his later years living in the hills of Cuba, and his 1954 Nobel Prize award, Hemingway lived a life packed with adventure and shrouded in rumours.
This film attempts to cut through some of the myths that have surrounded him and present a more exact picture of the famed novelist and short story writer.
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