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Cutter's Way

By Marshall Fine

This Ivan Passer movie--a marvel of dark, brooding cinema--almost didn't make it into theaters. The film was nearly dumped by its studio because its pessimistic story seemed too downbeat. Which, in fact, is part of the appeal: the way it gets to the heart of a group of people who have given up, but then find something that motivates them to go on. In this case, it's greed: Cutter (Jeff Bridges), a burnt-out gigolo, and his pal Bone (John Heard), a disfigured Vietnam veteran, get involved in a plot involving corruption and murder. Bone has proof that a powerful businessman is behind the killing and wants to be paid off to keep quiet; instead he buys them more trouble than he can imagine. Bridges, as always, is superb--and Heard is downright scary.

 

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Director: Ivan Passer

Stars: Jeff Bridges, John Heard, Lisa Eichhorn, Ann Dusenberry, Stephen Elliot, Nina Van Pallandt, Julia Duffy

Released: September 21, 1981

Availability: DVD VHS


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