Fountainhead film Product Information
|Category||Classic DVDs, Dramas Movies, Recommended Videos, Love Triangles, Social Issues, Personal Triumph, Achievers|
|Starring||Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal, Moroni Olsen, Henry Hull, Kent Smith, Ray Collins, Jerome Cowan, Paul Harvey, Raymond Massey, Harry Woods, Robert Douglas, Thurston Hall|
|Director of Photography||Robert Burks|
|Production Designer||Edward Carrere|
Fountainhead movie was released Nov 07, 2006 by the Warner Home Video studio. Uncompromising architect Howard Roark (Cooper) stands tall in Ayn Rand's salute to Individualism co-starring Patricia Neal. Fountainhead video Adapted by Rand from her famed novel.
Fountainhead review Product Description
THE FOUNTAINHEAD is a cinema monolith based on Rand's 1943 monolithic tome about an idealistic architectural genius who battles with his corporate sponsors over the designs for a housing project. Fountainhead film When he learns that the plans were changed over his objections, he destroys the finished building and is forced to defend his unyielding position in court. ...See Full Description
Fountainhead movie Customer Reviews
Fountainhead DVD for sale The photography is striking. The lighting is haunting. The dialog is emotive. I am a B&W photographer and there is much to like about this movie.
By lee.moses (Victroville, CA)
||Standing strong for your beliefs|
The story of an architect that designed modern edifices when the only acceptable architecture was the gothic 2000 year old design.
By Lynn (Nevada)
Fountainhead movie Okay, it was dry and it droned on a bit a few times, but it was fantastic in capturing exactly what the book was about.
By a reviewer (Haarlem, The Netherlands)
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Fountainhead video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7281326|
|Studio||Warner Home Video|
|Release Date||Nov 07, 2006|
|Running Time||112 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Full Frame; Remastered|
|Movie Details||Color; Full Frame; Remastered|
Fountainhead DVD Features
Based on the novel by philosopher Ayn Rand, this is the story of architect Howard Roark. An idealist, Roark believes he can balance his values with the needs of society. His mentor disagrees - encouraging him to compromise his integrity rather than suffer for his artistic goals.
Source: Warner Home Video