Two working-class Englishmen spend their free time arguing about greyhound-racing and Winston Churchill. They also read the papers, especially the gossip columns and Society pages. In a bar one day, they meet a film star who they've read about, and subject him to a savage, and apparently motiveless, beating. Written by
Peter Brynmor Roberts
Turning back was never an option.
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Al Pacino began shooting exteriors for the film in 1984 while was in London doing a stage production of "American Buffalo". See more
I never pay for sex, Ray, because Jesus Christ paid for our sins.
References The Elephant Man