When Brando, Pacino, DeNiro and the rest of 'em were showboating and tilting at Oscars during the 1970s, who was that oddball with the haunted, hunted look about him who would quietly be stealing every scene from them with his spellbinding intensity and vulnerability?
An all too short, but rewarding, 40 min exploration of the all too short life and film career of John Cazale; one of the faces of '70s cinema. Few know his name, but no-one can forget his appearances in the five films he made, which, by the way, are these:
The Godfather: Part II
Dog Day Afternoon
The Deer Hunter
If you were looking for who has the most perfect filmography, then,…