The banality of crime. Two young men, Dignan and Anthony, walk along talking about "Starsky and Hutch." They're on their way to burglarize a house. After, they go to a café, play some pinball. They argue about the burglary and talk to their friend Bob about another scheme. They talk to a guy about buying a gun, just to intimidate. Anthony breaks into a car to steal a wallet. With Bob, they plan and stage a holdup and talk about it afterward at a burger stand: armed robbery for $183. They're pleased. The two pals race each other. Written by
They're not criminals, but everybody's got to have a dream.
Did You Know?
The short film was originally set to feature established actors but because of the low budget, the main characters were given to brothers Owen Wilson
and Luke Wilson
, who had never been in a movie before. See more
Man, that was a great driving. Seriously, that was a really good driving. Okay? 183 dollars, pretty god rob. Good driving.
References A Charlie Brown Christmas
Written by Duke Ellington
Performed Duke Ellington
and John Coltrane See more