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Road Ends (1997)

R | | Crime, Thriller | July 1999 (Spain)
Esteban, a mysterious figure involved in a drug deal of some kind, arrives in a quiet desert town. He signs in at the local hotel using the name 'Gene Gere', which happens to be the name of... See full summary »

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Cast

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Sheriff Ben Gilchrist
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Gene Gere
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Esteban Maceda
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Armacost
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Kat
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Roger Modine
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Arliss
Patricia Van Ingen ...
Mama
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Orosco
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Mexican Suit
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Smoothie
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Surfer
Marte Boyle Slout ...
Matron
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Forensics
John Jabaley ...
The Rube
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Esteban, a mysterious figure involved in a drug deal of some kind, arrives in a quiet desert town. He signs in at the local hotel using the name 'Gene Gere', which happens to be the name of an FBI agent in Los Angeles working on the same drug deal. While Gere tries to track down Esteban's whereabouts, the town's sheriff is also starting to get suspicious about the stranger's activities. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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There's nowhere left to run.

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Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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July 1999 (Spain)  »

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Adiexodo  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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The town where Maceda hides out to await Orosco is called Diesirae. "Dies Irae" is a Latin phrase meaning "day of wrath". See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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I Do, I Do Love You
Written by Joe Davis Curtis
Performed by Ricky Kershaw
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Endless, plotless

Shame on Dennis Hopper. I really expected more about this film. It makes you feel nothing. It's a VERY slow movie about a dealer who hides in a small town (the ambientation has a lack of characters, apparently in the town only the sheriff and three more people live) and a bunch of cops and dealers trying to find him. In the movie you can't realize who is the good and who is the bad, and worst of all it doesn't really matter. Please, don't waste your time...


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