Six Ways to Sunday Movie Review 1999

Information and Film Reviews for Six Ways to Sunday the Movie

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Weird mob drama about a hitman and his Oedipal relationship with mom. Passive, repressed teenager, Harry Odum (Reedus), lives with his domineering mother, Kate (Harry), who controls his life. That is, until Harry assists his hoodlum buddy Arnie (Brody) with a job and manages to impress Arnie's boss, Mr. Varga (Adler). Since Harry turns out to have a latent talent for violence, he's soon elevated to hit man--although mom's still a problem. Based on the 1962 novel "Portrait of a Young Man Drowning" by Charles Perry.

Distribution

A-PIX Entertainment Inc., 200 Madison Ave., 24th Fl., New York, NY 10016, Phone: (206)284-4700, Fax: (206)286-4433

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 97 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Crime Drama, Hit Men/Women, Monster Moms
Screenplay
Adam Bernstein, Marc Gerald
Cast
Norman Reedus, Deborah Harry, Adrien Brody, Jerry Adler, Peter Appel, Elina Lowensohn, Isaac Hayes, Anna Thomson
Cinematography
John Inwood
Director
Adam Bernstein
Music
Theodore Shapiro
Producer
Stratosphere Entertainment

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