R | | Action, Adventure, Crime
A homeless man is hired as a survival guide for a group of wealthy businessmen on a hunting trip in the mountains, unaware that they are killers who hunt humans for sport, and that he is their new prey.
According to Rutger Hauer, Gary Busey wrote his entire dinner monologue about the origin of his scar himself. The script had several scenes of Hauer's character Burns establishing his natural leadership by reminding the other hunters to abide by his rules. Originally, the dinner scene would be the moment where he puts Busey's character Doc back in his place. However, on the day of rehearsals, Busey came up with a two-page monologue about his dog that he wanted to try out. Hauer felt that Busey was obviously trying to steal his scene away by not giving him a chance to intervene in his monologue. So during the actual filming, Hauer improvised a quick response to the story by calling it "bullshit", which greatly confused Busey. However, Busey's delivery so impressed the director and the other actors that his monologue was kept in the final film, and Hauer's retort wasn't used.
Alright. Let's get the turkey!
When Mason fights Wolfe Sr, it's still pretty dark, but in the shot of Burns driving away there's quite a bit of light. We see one shot of Mason shouting - dark again - and then Mason too gets on an ATV - and suddenly there's a lot more light.
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