Short Cuts

Release Date: 04 February 2008 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
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Using the short stories of Raymond Carver as a springboard American maverick director Robert Altman weaves a tapestry of interlocking tales set against the seedy backdrop of contemporary middle-class Los Angeles. Tracking the various stages of denial rage and despair in the lives of several couples--a philandering cop and his masochistic spouse (Tim Robbins and Madeline Stowe) a helicopter pilot who gets revenge on his ex by trashing her house (Peter Gallagher and Frances McDormand) a man and woman whose perfect life falls apart when they lose their son in a hit-and-run accident (Bruce Davison and Andie MacDowell) a pool cleaner who listens in mounting frustration to his wife performing phone sex each day while tending her brood of children (Chris Penn and Jennifer Jason Leigh) a wealthy couple who are haunted by an incident from the past (Matthew Modine and Julianne Moore) an aging jazz singer and her suicidal daughter (Annie Ross and Lori Singer) an alcoholic limo driver and his waitress wife (Tom Waits and Lily Tomlin)--Altman reveals their common threads of familial dysfunction and marital discord in the unforgiving glare of the Southern California sunlight. The result is a sweeping motion picture that also stands as an important sociological artefact of late 20th century Los Angeles life.

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Release Date: 04 February 2008
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.
Directed by: Robert Altman

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 188 minutes
Production Year: 1993

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Catalogue No: PHE9439