Michael Madsen in the role of an assassin John Hardin gets an assignment from his mobster Jack Rushton ( Busey ) to kill his wife Rina ( Tilly ) . Rina kidnapped disk information , revealing the machinations of its real estate market. Being a lover of his wife boss , John finds himself in a quandary , especially as he characterizes it as a rattlesnake viper , and she does everything to justify his opinion about it . It would be foolish rasskazyvaet content detective - you will be interesting to watch out for the intricacies of the plot . Missing and shooting - the Madsen always carry three guns . Laurie Finstad - scenario scribe Hugh Ray based on the novel " The Secret Society "
A stranger comes to town looking for his estranged wife. He finds her running the local girls. He also finds a town and sheriff afraid of their own shadow, scared of a landowner they never see who rules through his rowdy sidekicks. The stranger is a town tamer by trade, and he accepts a $500 commission to sort things out.
It was just a matter of time before the Cinematic Orchestra received a commission for a film score, but this 2003 release actually dates from 1999. The genesis of Man With a Movie Camera lies in the selection committee of a Portuguese film festival, which asked Cinematic Orchestra to score their re-airing of Dziga Vertov's 1929 film of the same name, a silent Soviet documentary focused on a day in the life of an average worker.
A man travels around a city with a camera slung over his shoulder, documenting urban life with dazzling invention.
This playful film is at once a documentary of a day in the life of the Soviet Union, a documentary of the filming of said documentary, and a depiction of an audience watching the film. Even the editing of the film is documented. We often see the cameraman who is purportedly making the film, but we rarely, if ever, see any of the footage he seems to be in the act of shooting!
In 1848, a young Frenchwoman, Madeline Minot, goes to New York City to see Thevenet, the grandfather of her fiance. Thevenet had been with Napoleon and may be sympathetic to the political aims of his grandson. She finds the old man in very bad spirits, living in a large house with a housekeeper and a butler who are just waiting for him to die (and perhaps helping him along a bit) so they can inherit his fortune. They see Madeline as a threat to their plans. She is aided in her dealings with these strange people by a mysterious man in a cloak.