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Gabi Lener over 5 years ago
Different kind of bank heist, true-story based. Homosexuality topic WAY ahead of its time
Lachie Munro over 5 years ago
Very rewatchable! Such an enthralling movie.
emilio murillo over 5 years ago
Great. Masterful buildup. Pacino gives one of his best performances. Cazale is disturbing.
Dominic Dirupo 6 years ago
Love 70's dramas. Well worth a watch
Austin over 6 years ago
Lumet made a tremendous film.
Anthony Colombi over 6 years ago
There was a lot of good films made in the 70s & this is one of them. Intense hostage drama
Alex Perez almost 7 years ago
Al Pacino is the greatest. No doubt about it.
Professional Moron over 7 years ago
Intense and epic, man.
Robyn Hamilton over 7 years ago
Good suspense with political undertones
David Mestre almost 8 years ago
parece de tv pero la historia y Pacino valen la pena. Sidney Lummet rules!
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
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Ben Dauphinee over 2 years ago
Nicolas 3 years ago
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Artie Fasciani over 4 years ago
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Kieran Lyne over 4 years ago
Dog Day Afternoon is a 1975 drama film directed by Sidney Lumet, written by Frank Pierson, and produced by Martin Bregman. The film stars Al Pacino, John Cazale, Charles Durning, Chris Sarandon, Penny Allen, James Broderick, and Carol Kane. The title refers to the "dog days of summer". The film was inspired by P.F. Kluge's article "The Boys in the Bank", which tells a similar story of the robbery of a Brooklyn bank by John Wojtowicz and Salvatore Naturile on August 22, 1972. This article was published in Life in 1972. The film received critical acclaim upon its September 1975 release by Warner Bros. Pictures, some of which referred to its anti-establishment tone. Dog Day Afternoon was nominated for several Academy Awards and Golden Globe awards, and won one Academy Award. First-time crook Sonny (Al Pacino), his friend Sal (John Cazale), and a second accomplice attempt to rob a Brooklyn bank. The plan immediately goes awry when the second accomplice loses his nerve shortly after Sal...
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