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[referring to Buffalo's empty bottle of Revelstoke whiskey]
Shit, you drank all the Revy!
'You drank all the Revy.' So what, hillbilly? There's plenty more back in the truck.
The truck is a good half-mile hike outta here - and I AIN'T no hillbilly.
if it smells like shit... and looks like shit
I'd be bettin' it is shit.
Shut yer head! Shut yer head! I gonna teach you some respect!
[shoves Buffalo to the ground]
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Something is happening in the small Alaskan town where a woman is found dead in the snow. Right after she is discovered, the FBI gets into the case because it ties up with other killings in the Northwest. The town is about to celebrate Christmas, but it won't be a happy time for anyone because suddenly other young women are killed, as well.
Michael Bafaro's, "The Barber", shows some interesting aspects as a mystery movie. Although our attention is immediately drawn toward the most obvious person, something that the local police enforcers, or even the FBI overlook. In fact the film seems to be telling us the assassin is getting away with murder, because the one responsible eludes being trapped.
The film is watchable because of the work of Malcom McDowell in the film. He is an interesting actor to watch at work. Mr. McDowell is always a welcome addition to any film, as he proves in this one. Jeremy Ratchford is also an asset playing the police chief. The FBI agent discovers something murky in his past that might implicate him in the murders.
The bleak winter of that remote town in Alaska is captured in the film with good results by Mr. Bafaro and his crew. While this film doesn't break new ground, it will keep the viewer involved in the story.
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