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Premium weight 100% organic cotton TSPTR sweatshirt in olive with water based ink print

While entrenched in the post production of Apocalypse Now, in Hollywood, Coppola set up a bar in his writers bungalow on the studio lot. Ironically named "Willard’s" (after Martin Sheen’s character), the bar was a sanctuary from the studio heads that were intent on shutting down the production. As the pressure mounted Coppola himself slipped further into the madness that surrounded the films inception.

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€120.00
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Premium weight 100% organic cotton TSPTR sweatshirt in olive with water based ink print

While entrenched in the post production of Apocalypse Now, in Hollywood, Coppola set up a bar in his writers bungalow on the studio lot. Ironically named "Willard’s" (after Martin Sheen’s character), the bar was a sanctuary from the studio heads that were intent on shutting down the production. As the pressure mounted Coppola himself slipped further into the madness that surrounded the films inception.

Ethically made in Portugal

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