PG | | Comedy, Crime
A NYC 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.
According to Penelope Ann Miller on the Turner Classic Movies documentary based on Marlon Brando, Marlon Brando wore an ear-piece so an assistant off stage could feed him his lines. During a scene together, Miller recalled forgetting her lines, to which Brando asked his assistant ... ...
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 opening scene shows Clark and his stepfather in the Vermont woods encountering a deer hunter who carries a rifle. The vegetation and foliage are thick and green, indicating that it is spring or summer. However, Vermont's rifle season for deer does not begin until mid-November, at which time the trees would be mostly bare.
"Mr. Brando's Skating Coach" is credited as "Sandra Bezic."
English, Italian, German, French
$205,876 (USA) (22 July 1990)
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