R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A detective in post-Katrina New Orleans has a series of surreal encounters with a troop of friendly Confederate soldiers while investigating serial killings of local prostitutes, a 1965 lynching, and corrupt local businessmen.
Indirectly regarded as a goof: While it is true that John Bell Hood lost his right leg at Chickamauga, his soldiers chipped in and bought him a fine prosthetic leg of cork, imported from France. He was a Lieutenant General for Joe Johnston, then from August, 1864 until January, 1865, a full General commanding the Army of Tennessee.
Mr. Robicheaux, I cannot express to you how offensive you are.
When Baby Feet's limousine is towed away, with back tires flat, there was no time enough for the tow operator to put dollies under the rear wheels , yet the car is towed forward . Nor did Baby Feet react to the car parked in front of the restaurant being hooked up by the tow truck .
The film was taken away from its director, Bertrand Tavernier, in post-production, the producers preparing the edit of the film that was released in North America and the UK (running at 104 minutes). However, after the completion of the producers' cut of the film, Tavernier went back to the picture and created his own 'director's cut' of the film, running 117 minutes. This version of the film has been released widely in Europe, and is available on DVD (in an English-friendly version) in France and the Benelux countries.