PG | | Crime, Drama, Sport
The adventures of a drifter turned illegal prize-fighter during the Depression Era in New Orleans.
Writer-director Walter Hill's story begins cryptically enough with the legend: "This story is true. The names have been changed. There is no moral'.' The tale is not set in any particular place so much as in a particular time and could very well have been ... ...
Now I have the gun.
Pettibon: I don't think you want to use it.
Chaney: That's one way, want to see another?
While Speed is waiting for Chaney on his balcony, reading the track listings, he is wearing his shirt. The next scene is when he hears the door bell, but he's not wearing his shirt; that is draped over the chair.
There's a Bright Side Somewhere
Written by James Cleveland
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