This dual set of DVDs is new and still in the shrink wrap. Any questions? Just ask! We have only one to offer at this price, so act before it's gone.The Loveless
A group of leather-clad bikers en route to some blistering racing action in Daytona, Fla., makes a pit stop in a backwater Georgia town. While waiting for one of their hogs to get fixed, the gang decides to raise hell. But they get more than they bargained for when the townsfolk battle back. Willem Dafoe made his unforgettable movie debut as the leader of a ’50s biker gang lost in a world of black leather, bad girls, and sudden violence in the independent hit that marked the emergence of one of modern cinema's most important female directors. Rockabilly icon Robert Gordon co-stars in this evocative drama; co-written and co-directed by Kathryn Bigelow (Near Dark and Point Break) and Monty Montgomery (producer of Wild at Heart and "Twin Peaks") with a too-cool soundtrack featuring original music by Robert Gordon and John Lurie. Hailed as “the thinking man's biker movie,” The Loveless now features a stunning new transfer from original negative materials and as an exclusive audio commentary with Bigelow, Montgomery, and Willem Dafoe.Smithereens
Filmmaker Susan Seidelman rocked the movie industry with this daring and quirky story of wild teen Wren (Susan Berman), a self-promoting Jersey girl desperate to break into the downtown Manhattan music scene. But with no money and no talent, she bounces between a nice guy artist (Brad Rinn), who lives in his van, and an arrogant musician (punk icon Richard Hell), who lives off of anyone who will let him. A remarkable time capsule of the early 80s East Village scene, Smithereens not only marked the debut of Oscar-nominated screenwriter Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia) and features a score by beloved cult band The Feelies, it made history as the first American independent film invited to compete for the Golden Palm Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
|Run Time||The Loveless - 82 minutes / Smithereens - 93 minutes|