Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone publishes the documentary on the director’s cut

Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone publishes the documentary on the director’s cut
Rocky IV, Sylvester Stallone publishes the documentary on the director’s cut

After the various rumors and previews, the documentary on the director’s cut is finally available on YouTube Rocky IV. This is a new version of the iconic 1985 film directed by Sylvester Stallone (PHOTO), who also oversaw the restoration and assembly.

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An unmissable opportunity to “give new life” to the cult film of contemporary cinema. All fans of the famous boxer will be able to know as many details as possible about the iconic challenge between Rocky and Ivan Drago. Finally the documentary is present in a 93-minute version, which can be watched freely on YouTube.

Rocky IV, what does the director’s cut contain?

Much of the content of this new edition of the film concerns several behind the scenes expertly witnessed by John Herzfeld, showing to the public the process of restoration and reassembly of the film.

Moreover, there are also several comments by Sylvester Stallone, who traces his acting career and the path that led Rocky to become a generational phenomenon.

Among the big news also 40 minutes of unreleased and never-seen-before scenes, which have been reassembled within the film. The film, only for the night of November 11, will be re-proposed in cinemas in the United States, while from the 12th it will arrive in the home video version.

Rocky IV’s Director’s Cut was originally due to come out in 2020, on the occasion of the film’s 35th anniversary. Unfortunately, however, the ongoing health emergency (THE SPECIAL – THE UPDATES – THE MAP) and the stop for the entire cinema and related sector led Sylvester Stallone to rethink the whole operation, postponing the release of the new version .

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