Henry Moon is captured for a capital offense by a posse when his horse quits while trying to escape to Mexico. He finds that there is a post-Civil War law in the small town that any single ... See full summary »
This remake of the 1946 movie of the same name accounts an affair between a seedy drifter and a seductive wife of a roadside café owner. This begins a chain of events that culminates in murder. Written by
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In the ending scene, as Frank is caressing Cora's hand, Franks left foot is in between the rock and the hat, and Cora's hand is about a foot away from both. In the next shot, her hand, the rock, and the hat are right next to each other and Franks foot is gone. See more »
He wants to have a baby... How'm I gonna do that, Frank?
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The story of a drifter working on a by the road dinner, and the owner's wife, disenchanted with her marriage sets upon herself to seduce the drifter in the hopes of a more satisfying relationship.
This is the base of the script, in which Jessica Lange and Jack Nicholson shine in their performances bringing different dimensions to their characters and, in true, bringing them to life.
Frank Chambers (Jack Nicholson) is a bored drifter, with some jail time under his belt not looking for anything in particular. He gets enchanted by Cora (Jessica Lange) and ends up doing everything for them to be together.
I think Jack Nicholson is an outstanding performer and it shows here some glimpses of what he will put in The Shining later on.
I also particularly liked John P. Ryan in the small supporting role of Kennedy where we can see in him the double-stabbing typical that he will show in later roles.
All in all it is a good movie, but I don't consider it as being erotic. Maybe for 1980's standards, but even so I doubt it.
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