David Locke (Jack Nicholson) is a world-weary American journalist who has been sent to cover a conflict in northern Africa, but he makes little progress with the story. When he discovers the body of a stranger who looks similar to him, Locke assumes the dead man's identity. However, he soon finds out that the man was an arms dealer, leading Locke into dangerous situations. Aided by a beautiful woman (Maria Schneider), Locke attempts to avoid both the police and criminals out to get him.
- Stars:Jack Nicholson, Maria Schneider, Jenny Runacre, Ian Hendry, Steven Berkoff, Ambroise Bia, José María Caffarel, James Campbell, Manfred Spies, Jean-Baptiste Tiemele, Ángel del Pozo, Charles Mulvehill, Narciso Pula,
- Director:Michelangelo Antonioni,
- Writer:Mark Peploe (original story), Mark Peploe (screenplay), Enrico Sannia (screenplay), Michelangelo Antonioni (screenplay)
A frustrated war correspondent, unable to find the war he's been asked to cover, takes the risky path of co-opting the I.D. of a dead arms dealer acquaintance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Yet another tale about that "it goes the other way, too". Entertaining and deep.
(br) wrote: This one has it all and like other Alexander Payne films, Sideways, The Descendants, Nebraska, About Schmidt can be viewed time and time again and gain entertainment value each time. Comedy, Drama and sensitive, touching scenes throughout. A true gem. See it...over and over. Ken K.
(de) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
(us) wrote: Loved it! The casting was wonderful and beautifully acted by the actors. I liked the very human and more subtle portrayal of Jesus. As a Christian it portrayed him as every man. It had a more real feel to the exoerience than other more dramatic efforts less focused on presenting an historical presentation. I found the crucifixion to evoke the reaction of horror and empathy for Jesus' suffering as well as those who loved Him (his mother, followers).
(au) wrote: Zootopia is charming, incredible fun, family-friendly, and also explores socially relevant themes for all audiences without forcing political views down people's throats.