Michael Cimino
Charles Elton's new book "CIMINO: The Deer Hunter, Heaven's Gate, and the Price of a Vision" explores the director's fraught Hollywood legacy, unpacking many myths in the process.
Hulu's leading man is extremely passionate about LGBTQ rights and Latinx representation.
Trained as an architect, Cimino called the sudden turn he took to directing movies “crazy" and "suicidal.”
The helmer won two Oscars for the Vietnam classic, but his career was destroyed after his 1980 film “Heaven’s Gate.”
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