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Francis Ford Coppola is a master of American cinema. He directed what is considered by many to be the best film ever made," The Godfather", in 1972, and only two years later its sequel, "The Godfather 2". That same year, 1974, he directed the movie "The Conversation" that centres on the Watergate-scandal which took place that year. More recent works of his include a remake of the classic "Dracula", starring Gary Oldman, and his 1997 adaptation of the original novel "The Rainmaker" by John Grisham.
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