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Christophe Cheval almost 4 years ago
first "Hannibal" on film, not bad but way to 80's, the soundtrack made me cringe
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
80s! 80s! 80s! Mann's obsessive 80s-style directing almost overwhelms the strong story
Austin 5 years ago
It's a lean crime film with a kickass 80's aesthetic.
Dominic Dirupo 6 years ago
A good film but not great for Michael Mann
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Steven Jv almost 3 years ago
Scott Hume over 3 years ago
Deborah Peacock over 3 years ago
Ezequiel Castellanos over 3 years ago
Marc Hyde 4 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 4 years ago
Eloise Swales over 4 years ago
John Edward Taylor over 4 years ago
matt sawkill almost 5 years ago
Cindy Featherbottom almost 5 years ago
Dani Rolli almost 6 years ago
Lou almost 6 years ago
Alex Perez 6 years ago
Manhunter is a 1986 American thriller film based on Thomas Harris's novel Red Dragon. Written and directed by Michael Mann, it stars William Petersen as Will Graham and features Brian Cox as Hannibal Lecktor. When asked to investigate a killer known as "The Tooth Fairy," FBI profiler Will Graham comes out of retirement to lend his talents to the case—in doing so he must confront the specter of his past and meet with a jailed killer who nearly counted Graham amongst his victims. Dennis Farina co-stars as Jack Crawford, Graham's superior at the FBI, while serial killer Francis Dollarhyde—"The Tooth Fairy"—is portrayed by Tom Noonan. Manhunter focuses on the forensic work carried out by the FBI to track down the killer, and shows the long-term effects that cases like this have on Graham, highlighting the similarities between him and his quarry. The film features heavily-stylized use of color to convey this sense of duality, and the nature of the characters' similarity has been explored...
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