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Homicide, written and directed by David Mamet, is about a Jewish policeman, Bobby Gold, who is uninterested in Judaism.
Ricky Jay says that he feels most comfortable with Mamet's dialogue and tells a story about how he struggled with a scene in Homicide.
I can see why this film is part of the Criterion collection, in short, and why a tv show like CRIMINAL MINDS never will be.
Really thoughtful drama, with lots of character. A murder investigation that turns into self-examination of belief and motives.Published 6 months ago by Berigan Taylor
One of Mamet's very best. Mantegna and Macy are at their best in this gritty, complicated crime flick. Will have you on the edge of your seat.Published 7 months ago by Sanford Lord
Excellent David Mamet film! Better than House of Cards but not as good as Glengarry Glenn Ross! Joe Montegna is good as always!Published 15 months ago by ShoGunslinger
Mind, reasoning mind serves detectives. Detectives serve their bosses often in seeming low level cases. Read morePublished 20 months ago by minorwork
11/12: After seeing and being impressed with House of Games, I went to The Spanish Prisoner and liked it too. Read more
No matter what movie comes on on DVD, somebody is going to say, "Horrible DVD, like a VHS, horrible quality DVD."
This transfer is excellent. Read more
that really makes you sympathize with this Jewish homicide cop caught in two different worlds yet alien to both. Read morePublished on September 20, 2012 by mr. contrarian
I have been winding down on enjoying the tv show CRIMINAL MINDS because it just doesn't seem to have the dramatic gravitas something like that should. Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by carol irvin