Who is Allen Greene? (In Memory Of) from Shawshank Redemption
Allen Greene was a literary agent for the director Frank Darabont and a close friend of his. He worked on getting the rights for the film and died just before the film was released.
He was 3 time Academy Award-nominated director Frank Darabont’s agent. The Film Shawshank Redemption is dedicated to him. The credit for him is at the very end of the movie.
At the end of the movie, there is a dedication to Allen Greene. He was Frank Darabont’s agent and also a close personal friend. He died just before the completion of the movie due to AIDS complications. The Shawshank Redemption, Warner Bros.
Is Allen Greene from the movie The Shawshank Redemption a real person?
Allen Greene was a real person. I was in high school with him. He graduated from North Greene High School in White Hall, IL in 1971.
The name of the school district and the county in which it is located are named after the Greene family from which he descended.
I was a few years behind him in school but I remember in those days, he owned a movie camera and he and his friends were “making movies” even then. He was very interested in working in the film industry. Allen Greene was a former agent and close personal friend of Frank Darabont (the movie director).
Is the movie, “The Shawshank Redemption”, true? And who was Allen Greene?
“The Shawshank Redemption” is based off a short story by Stephen King titled “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption. So, no, it isn’t based off of a true story.
According to Looper.: “on the director commentary track on the Shawshank DVD, director Frank Darabont explains that [Allen] Greene was his first-ever agent.”
“As Darabont explained, in the ’80s, he was ‘a set dresser on low-budget movies who wanted to be a writer, and it’s very hard to get an agent to believe in you on that level.’
But when Darabont met Greene, he discovered a friend and an ally. Sadly, Greene died of complications from AIDS right before Shawshank started filming, and that’s why the director decided to pay his friend tribute.
‘I wanted to acknowledge not just his significance to my career,’ Darabont said, ‘but also that he was an incredibly decent, much-loved, and much-missed person in the lives of those who knew him.’”
Why is the movie “The Shawshank Redemption “dedicated to Allen Green?
Indeed shawshank redemption is one of the spectacular movie till date however after the end of the movie a note demonstrate at screen “in the memory of allen Green…!!!”.
This note brings me in dilemma whether this movie based on a real phenomenon or Allen Green is a guy who contributed and perhaps died during shooting of this movie. After a several search i come to know that Allen Green was a best inamorato of the movie director, who unfortunately died two days before of releasing the movie. he died due to HIV/AIDS.
Allen Green’s dead broke Frank Darabont (Movie Director). It was really awful for the Frank thus in the memory of his best friend he demonstrate that note at the end of the movie as a tribute.
According to a news Allen Green was a sagacious and generous person who help frank plethora of times during his beginning time in film industries. Allen Green enumerate each and every step of directrography to Frank. After a while both became as a best buddies.
According to Frank Allen was a real soul who faced a lot of up and down’s in his life however he newer leave to help people. After infected by HIV his life completely turns in significant manner however he newer change his generous behavior with any one.
Whatsoever the story of “THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION” demonstrating its an incredible feeling, its completely admirable for young generation.
It was delightful and enjoyable to watch such movies. Lately you cant assume to see such sort of movies, i strongly feel that our writer and director should bring more such sort of concepts and demonstrate to present generation moreover it would inspire them.
Few days back when i was searching about best rating movies in imdb till date than i found this movie has best rating so far with the rating of 9.5 its on the top. I would suggest this movie to all our young generation for a realization that what life actually lives by the prisoners.
How realistic is Andy’s escape in The Shawshank Redemption? How did he know what was behind the wall? How was he sure there would be a pipe that fits his size and has no grating at the end?
Not very realistic at all.
- The sewer pipe – Human waste decays and creates a toxic gas called hydrogen sulfide. It can overcome you within seconds and kills you in minutes. Basically, when he broke open the sewage pipe he should have been almost immediately overcome and died well before he got inside. If he indeed made it inside the pipe then he would have passed out before he crawled a few feet. He would never have made it to the end of the pipe.
- He didn’t know what was behind the wall – It was a “lucky guess” and it could have resulted in him wasting months or year chipping away at a wall which was thicker than he planned.
- He could have discovered blueprints of the prison’s piping system – However, as I know from years working at plants and refineries, what’s on the prints isn’t what’s always in the wall and in the ground. Not being a technical person by trade, Dufresne could have made even a slight mistake and found himself breaking into a water main leading to his death by drowning,
- While modern prison systems would using gratings for their drainage discharge (Sewage discharge cannot be piped directly into bodies of water any longer in the Western world) they probably wouldn’t have done so in a 1960s era prison in Maine – The costs of installing and maintaining such a minor piece of infrastructure would far outweighed its need. Basically, no one likely thought anyone would crawl through a sewage pipe to escape from Shawshank and so nobody bothered to order grating over the discharge end.
Decent film. Improbable ending. Played too often on cable television.
What is the summary of The Shawshank Redemption?
Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison for the murders of his wife and her lover and is sentenced to a tough prison. However, only Andy knows he didn’t commit the crimes. While there, he forms a friendship with Red (Morgan Freeman), experiences brutality of prison life, adapts, helps the warden, etc., all in 19 years.
Where was Shawshank Redemption filmed?
As for me, I love to travel, but I didn’t often have the time. I’ve always wanted to go to new places, so after I met Adam, he took me on an adventure to continue his family tradition in Mansfield, Ohio where The Shawshank Redemption, his favorite movie, was filmed.
Is Andy Dufresne innocent?
After Andy left without committing any crime, Elmo Blatch entered the house and killed them both. Andy was wrongfully charged with the double murder of his wife and the man she was cheating with. He received two life sentences for the double murders despite maintaining his innocence.
Why did Warden kill Tommy?
Norton makes them bribe him so they can get the contract instead of Norton’s men. Also, Norton would skim off of the top by buying expensive equipment at a discount and then steal all of the extra money.
He uses Andy’s accounting skills for his own illegal uses, mainly for handling the laundered money and transferring it into various accounts. Andy gets the idea to create a fictional person for all of the accounts to be tied back to, so nobody will get blamed for the money laundering should anybody stumble across the crime.
After Andy discovers from another inmate named Tommy Williams who knew who truly murdered his wife and her lover, Andy realizes that he could finally prove his innocence and be released from prison. Andy tells his story to Norton, who doesn’t believe him.
When Andy says that should he be released, he would never say anything about the corruption going on inside the prison walls, Norton flies into a rage and has Andy put in solitary confinement for a month.
Why did The Shawshank Redemption Flopped?
There are many reasons for The Shawshank Redemption’s failure, most of which are silly. People of that time did not like the film very much because the idea that was introduced in the film The Shawshank Redemption was a very new idea that was a very premature idea, the film itself was based precisely on other materialistic ideas that obviously to people didn’t like it.
And I loved it as expected because it was a completely new idea in the entire history of Holly’s film industry. The Shawshank Redemption ended up as a failed movie, but it introduced an entertaining new idea to the Hollywood industry.
The Shawshank received many positive reviews about its release, particularly from people who have just gotten ahold of the newly introduced idea for the film and appreciated the entire cast and directors and associates for presenting such a brilliant and demanding idea to the entire world.
These positive reviews were primarily for the roles and acting skills that Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins had played and completed throughout the film and they didn’t miss a single take. It was a box office disappointment, earning just $16 million during its initial theatrical run.
How much of Shawshank Redemption is true?
Well. People convicted of crimes are, in fact, sent to prison. In the prison there are, in fact, guards and a warden. I’m willing to bet that there may even be prisoners and guards bearing the names “Andy, Hadley, and Norton.” That said, it is the only truth in the story.
Could it happen?
What I mean is, could someone rig the financial and identification systems in place to create a new identity while behind bars and then tunnel out, assume that identity, collect on the profits that name has garnered, and then live a quiet and peaceful life in Zihuatanejo?
Maybe, and that’s a big maybe, then. But certainly not now.
In one sense it is true but in another sense it is totally fake.
- Innocent people occasionally get sent to jail.
- People get gang-raped in prison.
- Some prison workers are corrupt.
- Inmates occasionally escape from prison.
- Reintegrating into society is hard for ex-cons.
- Pretty much everything else.
It’s a great movie though.
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At the end of the movie, there is a dedication to Allen Greene. He was Frank Darabont’s agent and also a close personal friend. He died just before the completion of the movie due to AIDS complications.
Allen Greene was a literary agent. He was 3 time Academy Award nominated director Frank Darabont’s agent . The Film Shawshank Redemption is dedicated to him. The credit for him is at the very end of the movie.
The Shawshank Redemption is based on a Stephen King novella
The Shawshank Redemption isn’t based on a true story, and Frank Darabont didn’t come up with it by himself, either. … I did not feel there was a place for Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption in an industry consumed with Predators and Terminators.”
Most importantly, The Shawshank Redemption is a roaring artistic success on every level. Not only do the performance of Freeman and Robbins rank among the best of all time, but Shawshank is filled with brilliantly realized supporting characters who surprise and enthrall in equal measure.
Shawshank is a fictional New England state prison that is alleged to be in the state of Maine (The actual building used for filming was the Ohio State Reformatory) that serves as the primary location in the eponymous story by Stephen King and its subsequent film adaptation, as well as being mentioned in several other.
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