R | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
A group of professional bank robbers start to feel the heat from police when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist.
Principal photography lasted one hundred seven days. All of the shooting was done on-location, Michael Mann deciding not to use a soundstage.
Check, charge, or cash?
When escaping the post-robbery shootout with Cherhalis, Neil runs into a car in the grocery store and that car moves. Since it was parked in the lot, the assumption would be that its keys would be out of the ignition and the transmission would be in park. The vehicle shouldn't have rolled like it did, nor should it wheels have turned like they did.
The television version aired by NBC on January 3, 1999 was disowned by director and credited to "'Alan Smithee'" because, though Mann offered to reinstate 17 minutes of deleted footage in the film to make it fit a four-hour time slot, NBC decided to excise over 40 minutes of footage from the theatrical release in order to make it fit a three hour slot (including commercials).
Written and Performed by David Darling
Courtesy of ECM Records
$8,445,656 (USA) (17 December 1995)
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