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SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES:
New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by director of photography Mike Molloy
Commentary featuring director Stephen Frears and actors
John Hurt and Tim Roth
Parkinson One-to-One: Terence Stamp, a 1988 television interview with the actor
Original theatrical trailer
PLUS: A booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Graham Fuller
Of course, the bad guys come calling, in the form of John Hurt and company, albeit ten years later.
Stamp too was a pro and that makes both Hurt and Roth admire him, even revere him perhaps for accepting things like he does.
This early effort of Stephen Frears is a remarkable example of the film genre that it helped to inspire.
This will always a place in my heart reserved for those great works of film unknown to me until at first viewing they just leave you astonished and a bit embarrassed that it... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Ralph H Thompson
I picked up this movie because I love noir films. I was shocked to find that Eric Clapton worked on the soundtrack! Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Adducchio
An interesting little tale about a gangster (Terrance Stamp) that informed on his gangster pals and has been living in a small Spanish town for ten years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by dhart
Take some great actors and give them a script lacking any semblance of a point and you have this movie which was quite a snooze. Read morePublished 9 months ago by SanNic44
Relatively interesting movie with a parched artistic flair. The anticipation of the outcomes of a noble victim, a fiery and passionate whore and a a fellow who never got out of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dr Jack L Edwards
A British criminal testifies against all his partners and gets kidnapped (along with an innocent female witness) by them 10 years later in Spain. Read morePublished 13 months ago by mr. contrarian
I thought this was another movie until I started watching. This version of The Hit was a complete waste of time.Published 14 months ago by dddvision
Tim Roth is pre-pubescent and platinum/bleach blond in this movie unlike the cover implies. It is roughly 15-20 years old although the release date says 2009. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chedda'Cheeze