Portrait of a young Donald Sutherland

You probably know him from MASH (1970), Ordinary People (1980) and Don’t Look Now (1973), Mr. Donald Sutherland‘s face, especially in his late years is not hard to recognize. How about we take a look at him when he was much younger, through this portrait by Bardo Fabiani. Undated.
I am not the author of this image. All rights go to Bardo Fabiani.
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Donald Sutherland By Bardo Fabiani

Robert Redford’s directorial debut

Ordinary People (1980, Robert Redford), starring Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore, Timothy Hutton & Judd Hirsch.
A suicidal crisis that proved to be too much for these ordinary people living in Forest Lake, Illinois.
The film is very mature for a directorial debut with its upsetting patient secrets & a pleasurable slow pace combined with a collection of amazing performances. A pertinent reference to Jude the Obscure makes the story all the more bitter.

However, this is a film that beat “Raging Bull” for Best Picture, undeserving for some, but it’s still a masterpiece nonetheless. A must-see!

© Robert Redford directing Timothy Hutton in “Ordinary People” (1980)

© Donald Sutherland in “Ordinary People” (1980)

© Judd Hirsch, “Ordinary People” (1980)

© Mary Tyler Moore & Timothy Hutton, “Ordinary People” (1980)

© Robert Redford directs Mary Tyler Moore in “Ordinary People” (1980)