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C.I.A. Agent Billy Brown (Vincent Gallo) brings his wife home to meet his absurdly dysfunctional family. Only Billy's not really in the C.I.A., and his "wife," Layla (Christina Ricci), is actually a young tap dancer he just kidnapped to impress his ridiculous and unloving parents (Anjelica Huston, Ben Gazzara). In reality, Billy's whole life is an empty lie. He's fresh out of prison and now on a deadly mission to hunt down and kill the Buffalo Bills kicker whose botched field goal he believes ruined his life. However, Billy's new hostage may ruin everything. Their crazy attachment blossoms into a desperate and oddly beautiful romance that may or may not be a sweet enough substitute for revenge. Vincent Gallo composed and performed the original music and also wrote, directed and stars in the film that THE NEW YORK TIMES calls, "...a deadpan original."
Buffalo '66 is an easy film to dislike, especially in the opening minutes. The way the female lead is mistreated arouses anger. Read morePublished 11 days ago by rbrogan3
A friend showed me this film one night and it blew me away. I had no idea what to expect and the movie changed my life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Sanderson
I gave it four stars because Vincent Gallo is just a mean guy but plays it well in this movie. awesome cinematography glad it's on Blu-ray looks great. Came right on timePublished 4 months ago by Matt Turner