Unrated | | Biography, Crime, Drama
Many of the insults which the television salesman (Ray Atherton) shouts at Henry (Michael Rooker) and Otis (Tom Towles) (for example, "I can see you've had some college,") were improvised on-set by Atherton himself.
The most important thing is to keep moving, that way they might never catch up to you. I'm gonna have to pack up and be on the move, too, pretty soon.
Otis: Where you going?
Henry: Nowhere. You wanna come? We could be back this way in about a month.
Otis: I'm not ...
Just after Becky buys a newspaper and sits down to read, a vehicle goes past and we see a camera on a tripod to the far right of the shot.
Before the film begins the following can be read: "This film is a fictional dramatization of certain events. 'Henry' is not intended to be an accurate portrayal of a true story. The film is based partly on confessions of a person named Henry, many of which he later recanted. As to Otis and Betty, the film is fictional."
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