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Peter Renshaw over 6 years ago
'Yeah? There's an old Irish saying: don't listen to old Italian sayings.'
Carles 6 years ago
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Matt Rhoades 7 years ago
Striking Distance is a 1993 thriller starring Bruce Willis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dennis Farina, and Tom Sizemore as Pittsburgh Police officers pursuing a serial killer. It was directed by Rowdy Herrington and written by Herrington and Marty Kaplan. The film was shot on location throughout Pittsburgh; its early title was Three Rivers. In 1991, Sergeant Tom Hardy (Bruce Willis), a Pittsburgh Police homicide detective, has just broken the Blue Code of Silence by informing on his partner and cousin, Sergeant Jimmy Detillo (Robert Pastorelli), for using excessive force on a suspect. He drives out to the policeman's ball with his father, Captain Vince Hardy (John Mahoney). However, the ball is postponed after a police scan goes out indicating that a serial killer nicknamed the Polish Hill strangler has been spotted on the 31st Street Bridge. After a police chase and subsequent wreck, Tom regains consciousness, learning that his father has been shot dead, and that the killer got away....
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