PG | | Comedy, Crime
An N.Y.C. film school student accepts a job with a local mobster who resembles a famous cinema godfather and who takes the young man under his wing, after demanding total loyalty.
Robin Wright was considered for the role of Tina Sabatini.
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father:
Over there! Look!
Clark Kellogg: Dwight?
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father: Shh!
Clark Kellogg: Dwight, don't. Don't, really.
Hunter: Hey, asshole! What are ya, nuts? You can't see the cap, it's not orange enough for ya?
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father: Get out of these woods!
The 40 or so "gourmets" pay Brando's character $350K per plate for their meal, or $14 million. The money is later seen in $100 bills and partially fills a small leather satchel. Actually $14 million in $100-bill stacks would equal the thickness of 280 reams of paper, or an amount that would probably fill 15-20 of those leather satchels.
"Mr. Brando's Skating Coach" is credited as "Sandra Bezic."
English, Italian, German, French
$205,876 22 July 1990
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