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Issac Spicer 3 years ago
Those that said "it's a little like Three Coins in a Fountain" were lying.
Austin over 3 years ago
This a brilliant character-study that's also an exciting crime film. I love this movie.
Jesse Beatson over 4 years ago
Perfect industrial/electronic score, great ending.. precursor and better film than Drive.
Dominic Dirupo over 4 years ago
Michael Mann debut is the definite precursor to Heat. Worth a watch
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Axel Van Becelaere over 7 years ago
Thief is a 1981 neo-noir film written and directed by Michael Mann and based on the novel The Home Invaders by "Frank Hohimer" (the pen name of real-life jewel thief John Seybold). The film's cast includes James Caan, Tuesday Weld, James Belushi, Robert Prosky and Willie Nelson. Frank is an expert jewel thief and hard-boiled ex-convict with a set structure to his life. With a pair of successful Chicago businesses (a bar and a car dealership) as fronts for his very lucrative criminal enterprise, Frank sets out to fulfill the missing part of his dream: a family beginning with Jessie, a cashier he has begun seeing. After taking down a major score, Frank's fence is murdered. He finds out that the man responsible is a Mr. Attaglia, a shady plating company executive for whom the fence was working. Attaglia is in possession of money that belongs to Frank, who demands it back. This leads to a face-to-face meeting with Attaglia's employer, Leo, a high-level fence and Chicago Outfit boss, who...
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