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Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
yep, he's a terrible cop, how does that equal a good movie?
Christophe Cheval almost 4 years ago
best movie ever. Seriously
Scott Hume over 3 years ago
Simon Taylor over 4 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 5 years ago
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boehj almost 8 years ago
Bad Lieutenant is a 1992 crime-drama film directed by Abel Ferrara and starring Harvey Keitel as the eponymous "bad lieutenant". The screenplay was written by actress-model Zoë Lund. She also played a small role in the film. Lund had been discovered by Ferrara and had starred in his earlier film, Ms. 45. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival. The film opens in an outer borough of New York City, where The Lieutenant (Harvey Keitel) drops his two sons off at Catholic school. After they leave the car, and before he drives to work, the Lieutenant takes a few small bumps of cocaine. His first case is a double murder. He wanders away from the scene to get some coffee, and across the street, he watches a petty thief rifling through the trunks of parked cars, which the Lieutenant ignores. In the next scene, the detective approaches a group of drug dealers, who run off as he approaches. The Lieutenant follows one dealer into an apartment...
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