Unrated | | Biography, Crime, Drama
Arriving in Chicago, Henry 'Michael Rooker, in what is undoubtedly the finest performance of his patchy career', moves in with ex-con acquaintance Otis and starts schooling him in the ways of the serial killer.
A recent Huffington Post article mused on the darkly ambiguous ending where Henry drops off Becky's bloodied suitcase on the side of the road and then drives off. Michael Rooker was asked about it. "Oh that's Becky alright," said the actor, squelching any ambiguouity about the ending!
So what can I do for you, gentlemen?
Otis: Boy, it's hot in here. Isn't it?
TV Salesman: I'm kind of cold.
Otis: We want a TV.
TV Salesman: How much you got to spend?
Henry: What do you got?
Otis: Fifty bucks.
TV Salesman: I can let you have that set over there for fifty bucks.
Otis: Well, turn it on. We want to see if it ...
TV Salesman: ...
(around 46 min.) When the high school kid gets into Otis' car to share a blunt, the operational camera crew is vaguely reflected on the car door as it swings open.
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In 1992, the uncut version was originally refused classification (RC) in Australia. To obtain an R rating, approx. 90 seconds of footage had to be edited out. The footage edited out for an R rating was as follows: Approx. 15 seconds of the close up of the dead woman on the toilet including the sounds of the bottle smashing and Henry shouting "Die Bitch Die!". Approx. 25 seconds of the close up of the dead woman on the couch including the sounds of her struggling. Approx. 50 seconds is edited from the home invasion scene consisting of approx. 15 seconds of Otis sitting down with the mother on top of him. Henry telling him to remove the mothers bra and skirt. Approx. 15 seconds of the mother struggling and pleading. Approx. 15 seconds of Otis kissing the dead mother and the sound of Henry killing the father off camera and approx. 5 seconds of Otis sucking the dead mothers breast. In 2005, all previous cuts were waived for the DVD release (rated R18+).
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