Brokeback Mountain is set to be included to the Library of Congress’s National Film Registry.
The widely acclaimed Oscar-winning 2005 film, directed by Ang Lee, and starred by Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal as gay cowboy lovers, will be one of 25 productions selected this year for inclusion in the Registry.
Brokeback Mountain becomes the most recent film included in the Registry, which now features a total 750 titles, all deemed worthy of preservation for future generations due to their “cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the nation’s film heritage,” according to the Library of Congress.
Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden said: “The National Film Registry turns 30 this year and for those three decades, we have been recognising, celebrating and preserving this distinctive medium. These cinematic treasures must be protected because they document our history, culture, hopes and dreams.”
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True story. When the movie came out I happened to be in San Francisco visiting a friend and asked for two tickets at the Gateway Theater in Embarcadero Center to "Bareback Mountain". I got the name wrong. The look on the woman's face who was working the ticket counter was priceless. She yelled out "No Comment!" and everyone on line was looking at me. Another tactless adventure in touring from Eddi.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment Eddi, so funny!! ;)Delete
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By Johan Opperman: Ahh. The good old days of Brokeback !!ReplyDelete
I remember this Movie very well and how much I cried at the Scene where he got the Info that his secret Lover died 😭ReplyDelete