R | | Drama
A prep school student needing money agrees to "babysit" a blind man, but the job is not at all what he anticipated.
Al Pacino would often remain in character off set, using his cane to walk with and never looking at anyone when they talked to him.
Lt. Col. Frank Slade:
Your father pedals car telephones at a 300 percent markup. Your mother works on heavy commission at a camera store. Graduated to it from espresso machines. Hah!
Lt. Col. Frank Slade: What are you, dying of some wasting disease?
Charlie Simms: No, I'm right - I'm right here.
Lt. Col. Frank Slade: I know ...
Charlie Simms: G...
In the scene where Frank crosses the street and falls in the grass, Charlie, helps him to stand up again. At first, Charlie doesn't have the walking stick, but when Frank stands up, Charlie inexplicably has the walking stick in his hands.
$357,468 (USA) (23 December 1992)
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