Quarry, a disillusioned Vietnam War vet, returns home to Memphis in 1972 only to find rejection and scrutiny at every step. A mysterious man known only as The Broker gives him an offer he can't refuse - to work for him as a hitman.
Set in the early/mid-1970s, the life and times of a record executive, Richie Finestra (played by Bobby Cannavale). His record company, American Century, has fallen on hard times and he is busy negotiating its sale to Polygram Records. We see how he started in the industry, the start of his company, its ups and downs, the casualties of his progress and what rock music means to him. Meanwhile, he is also an accessory to a murder.Written by
When asked about her full nude scene in the show, Olivia Wilde said she isn't shy when it comes to naked scenes. She's stated that she has no issue taking off all her clothes in front of cast and crew. See more »
A EIKI 16mm film projector is incorrectly used. Any fully trained projectionist would notice the error, that when projecting forwards, the take-up reel correctly rotates clockwise, however the supply reel incorrectly rotates anti-clockwise. Always when screening movies on a film projector, for all 8mm/9.5mm/16mm/35mm/70mm motion picture films that are not on platters, the supply reel and the take-up reel rotate clockwise when projecting forwards, and on 8mm/9.5mm/16mm film projectors, the supply reel and the take-up reel rotate anti-clockwise when projecting the film in reverse. See more »
It is a shame they canceled this series. I lived the 70s rock n'roll, and it is the way it was. I lived with those people. Totally authentic. Smoking cigarettes, drugs, the music, the clothing, the "scene", the all of it. Does anyone think that Mick Jagger wouldn't know how to authentically portray the 70s? Martin Scorsese is brilliant. Mick Jagger's son is amazing. The story line is believable and I felt it the entire way through.
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