POINT BLANK (1967)
Double-crossed by his gang, stoic, implacable Lee Marvin, "an anachronism from the '50s transported to San Francisco and LA of the '60s, a world of concrete slabs and menacing vertical lines..." (Time Out Film Guide), methodically hunts down those who betrayed him – starting with the partner who left him for dead, then stole his money and his wife. The film is a violent and vivid fusion of French New Wave style and hardboiled noir substance. John Boorman's greatest film features Keenan Wynn, Carroll O'Connor, John Vernon and Angie Dickinson giving top-of-their-game performances. DIR John Boorman; SCR Alexander Jacobs, David Newhouse, Rafe Newhouse, from "The Hunter" by Donald E. Westlake; PROD Judd Bernard, Robert Chartoff, Irwin Winkler. U.S., 1967, color, 92 min. NOT RATED
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