You watch the End Credits scroll, finish the popcorn, turn up the lights - end of story. No so with films made by Oliver Stone. They're are like seismic events that stir up aftershocks of controversy and debate. Oliver Stone's America is an intriguing one-on-one with the director behind the movies, an insightful interview augmented with clips and photos from his films and personal life. Any Given Sunday, JFK, Natural Born Killers, Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Wall Street, Nixon and more are seen through the prism of Stone's own challening perspective. "The mind thinks fast," he says. "The audience understands. They see fast." It's a privilege to keep pace with a moviemaker with such uncompromising respect for his viewers.