Clay is a young man in a small town who witnesses his friend kill himself because of the on-going affair that Clay was having with the man's wife. Feeling guilty, Clay now resists the widow when she presses him to continue with their sexual affairs. Clay befriends a troubling serial killer.Written by
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The film never saw a theatrical release in the United Kingdom, instead it went straight to video for UK release. See more »
In the Doc Holiday's bar, when Clay is playing pool (shortly before he slaps Amanda), she comes in wearing a red dress with straps. In the scenes, her left strap is first off of her shoulder, then is back on in the next shot, then back off her shoulder again, then off again, and then finally on. See more »
Edgy psychological thriller with great script, comedic touch and strong sound track.
A story of double-double-cross and serial killing in Montana. From the first shot the film engages and won't let go. Joaquin Phoenix, Janeane Garofalo and Vince Vaughn take us on a trip that's simultaneously entertaining and harrowing.
Great music by John Lurie (aka Lounge Lizard, Down by Law, etc.), and featuring oldies that carry the merciless momentum of the film. Ridley Scott co-produced.Cinematography is evocative of My Own Private Idaho (it was filmed in Utah).
Director David Dobkin has his own strong signature, particularly his deft pulling together of the characters and the light comedy, but there were also elements of Jarmusch and Van Sant. Fine cast and an excellent film.
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