THE STUNT MAN

Richard Rush, USA, 1980, Shout! Factory, Cult

“A bravura piece of moviemaking — a true popular work of modernist art. It makes the audience experience the uncertainty of the contemporary world.” — Rolling Stone

It defied all odds to become the most unexpected cult hit of the Eighties.

In an iconic Oscar-nominated performance, Peter O’ Toole (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA) is film director Eli Cross: a megalomaniacal madman commanding a circus of a production where paranoid young Vietnam vet Steve Railsback (LIFEFORCE) finds himself *maybe* replacing a dead stunt man, *possibly* falling for leading lady Barbara Hershey (BEACHES) and discovering that love, death and the mayhem of moviemaking are the wildest illusions of all.

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Details

  • 131 min.
  • Color
  • 1.85:1

Formats

  • DCP

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