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Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)

Posted By: MirrorsMaker
SD / DVDRip IMDb
Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)

Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
DVDRip | MKV | 720x400 | XviD @ 2014 Kbps | English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | 109 min | 1,69 Gb
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Norman Mailer wrote and directed this charmingly cracked nightmare comedy (Los Angeles Times) based on his best-selling 1984 novel. Set during the lonely emptiness of off-season Cape Cod, Tough Guys don't Dance features outstanding performances from Ryan O Neal and Isabella Rossellini. When wannabe writer Tim Madden (O Neal) wakes up from a memory-erasing drinking binge with an atomic hangover, he learns that it'll take more than a day to recover'since there is blood in his car and a severed head in his basement! Now, with a corrupt chief of police watching his every move, Tim must piece together the hazy events of the night before to solve a murder he mayor may nothave committed!

Town Bloody Hall (1979) [Criterion Collection]

Posted By: RSU75
1080p (FullHD) / BDRip IMDb
Town Bloody Hall (1979) [Criterion Collection]

Town Bloody Hall (1979) [Criterion Collection, Spine #1039]
BDRip 1080p | MKV | AVC 1440x1080, ~ 3.7 Mbps | 1hr 25mn | 2.60 GB
English: AC3, 1 ch, 448 kbps; English (Commentary): AC3, 1 ch, 192 kbps
BDRip 720p | MKV | AVC 960x720, ~ 2.5 Mbps | 1hr 25mn | 1.77 GB
English: AC3, 1 ch, 256 kbps; English (Commentary): AC3, 1 ch, 192 kbps
Subtitles: English
Genre: Documentary

On April 30, 1971, a standing-room-only crowd of New York’s intellectual elite packed the city’s Town Hall theater to see Norman Mailer—fresh from the controversy over his essay “The Prisoner of Sex” and the backlash it received from leaders of the women’s movement—tangle with a panel of four prominent female thinkers and activists: Jacqueline Ceballos, Germaine Greer, Jill Johnston, and Diana Trilling. Part intellectual death match, part three-ring circus, the proceedings were captured with crackling, fly-on-the-wall immediacy by the documentary great D. A. Pennebaker and a small crew, with Chris Hegedus later condensing the three-and-a-half-hour affair into this briskly entertaining snapshot of a singular cultural moment. Heady, heated, and hilarious, Town Bloody Hall is a dazzling display of feminist firepower courtesy of some of the most influential figures of the era, with Mailer plainly relishing his role as the pugnacious rabble-rouser and literary lion at the center of it all.