Cast: Norman Reedus, Deborah Harry, Elina Löwensohn, Peter Appel, Holter Graham, Adrien Brody, Jerry Adler, Issac Hayes, Clark Gregg
Writers: screenplay by Adam Bernstein and Marc Gerald; based on the novel “Portrait of a Young Man Drowning” by Charles Perry.
Producer: Jonathan Demme (one of my favorite directors)
Director: Adam Bernstein
Genre: Crime, Dark Comedy
Running Time: 1 hour, 37 minutes
Released: September, 1997 (October, 1998 in the U.S.)
MPAA Rating: R
It’s a Dark Movie
I’m going to level with you: this is a strange movie. Dark comedy mixed with gangster flick. Disturbing, violent, dark and somehow funny. If you’re a fan of films by the Cohen Brothers (such as Fargo), then you might dig this. In spite of the bloodshed and off-putting subject matter, this film is actually not bad.
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