The Sun... the Sand... the Hill. (1965)
7min · Documentary, Short · 1 January 1965
Sean Connery is at the Cannes Film Festival where his latest movie, The Hill (1965), is playing, it being the first of his starring role movies that has played at the festival. The movie tells of a British prison camp located in the desert. Southern Spain fills as the shooting location, a nonetheless harsh environment for those involved in the filming, which matches the difficulties faced by the characters in the film. The harsh filming location takes its toll on some of the cast and crew. Connery, director Sidney Lumet and producer Kenneth Hyman discuss the film's plot and the actual filming rigors, but also the joy of working with each other and the rest of the cast and crew to achieve the common vision for the movie.
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Director(s): Ronald SalandCast: Sean Connery, Sidney Lumet, Kenneth Hyman