Small-town sensibilities and community spirit are intertwined with the notions of enigmatic strangers posing in an almost prophetic manner delivering advice upon the populous.
Events such as brutal fighting, unashamed drunkenness and references to sex are handled as items which are not derogatory but necessary in a rites of passage kind of way.
She can make you feel high full of the single greatest commodity known to man - promise. See more » As Willie, Tommy, and Gina are exiting the drugstore (after her rant about guys unrealistic physical expectations of women) the signage of the store clearly reflects Valentine's Day season, while several times the movie shows it's Christmas season.
See more » Having gone to my local video shop, wanting to rent either Gladiator or a big-budget blockbuster type film for my 'Girls Night In', I came across this in the Bargain Bin for only £2.99(about $5).
She has perfected the little vixen role in Leon (aka The Professional) and although the characters of Mathilda and Marty are completely different, there is that little inkling of a girl wanting to be loved by a man in her performance.
Hutton handles his role with care - and his Winnie-The-Pooh speech is simply heartbreaking!
In the alternating frontal shots the hand disappears.