R | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
A mysterious man arrives at the offices of an FBI agent and recounts his childhood: how his religious fanatic father received visions telling him to destroy people who were in fact "demons."
At the title credit in the writer commentary, Brent Hanley says "Frailty to me was always about the frailty of perception, the frailty of morality, the frailty of right and wrong." At around 2 mins he adds, "I liked the idea of an abstract title."
Let's go see 'Meatballs'.
Young Fenton: Nah. I'm gonna go see 'The Warriors'.
Young Adam: But, uh, that's rated 'R'!
Young Fenton: We'll sneak in. Or you don't have to come.
Young Adam: Aw, come on, Fenton. You know I don't like to see movies by myself. Please?
Young Fenton: Good night, Adam.
When Agent Hull comes in Fenton's house, he sees the cork-board with Fenton's victim list. When it is first shown, the list is pinned up straight, with about a couple of inches of cork-board visible under it. However, when the list is seen again, it is slightly tilted, and pinned directly above a picture (with cork-board no longer visible).
Directors Sam Raimi, Ivan Reitman and James Cameron, among others, are thanked at the end of the credits.
$4,208,655 (USA) (14 April 2002)
$13,103,828 (USA) (9 June 2002)
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