The Driver (1978)

Release Date: 23 October 2006 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Ryan O'Neal stars as THE DRIVER, a conniving and talented getaway driver, and Bruce Dern as the corrupt police detective obsessed with capturing him. With breathtaking car chases and a terrific climax, this is a simple and thrilling cat and mouse game. The two single-minded characters, with otherwise bleak lives, must perpetually out-smart the other in this lean, clever and compelling thriller.

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Release Date: 23 October 2006
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Walter Hill

Region 2
Production Year: 1978
Main Language: English

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This seems to be the original that 'The Transporter' is based on

May seem dated to younger viewers but the car chases and the cat and mouse between cop and driver (think Frank Martin v Inspector Tarconi) is still worth watching. It's a downbeat movie with no bright side which adds to the realism. To add to this effect when they roll the credits notice that none of the characters have names.

Catalogue No: OPTD0646