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TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.
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TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.

Directed by : William FRIEDKIN

Year of production : 1985 Country : UNITED STATES Length : 116 minutes

Synopsis

In this slick, twisty plot, two cops in Los Angeles try to track down a vicious criminal named Eric Masters. When one of them is killed by Masters the other cop swears revenge - no matter what the cost. The cop becomes obsessed with getting Masters and the law he once swore to uphold becomes meaningless to him.

Directed by William Friedkin, To Live and Die in L.A. is a brutal and cynical thriller that epitomises 80s materialistic greed and corruption. It also has one of the most stunningly choreographed car chases on film.

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Presentation of To Live and Let Die by William Friedkin

On stage

Presentation of To Live and Let Die by William Friedkin

Credits

William FRIEDKIN - Script / Dialogue

William FRIEDKIN - Director

Gerald PETIEVICH - Script / Dialogue

Casting

William PETERSEN - Richard Chance

Willem DAFOE - Eric Masters

John PANKOW - John Vukovich

Debra FEUER - Bianca Torres

John TURTURRO - Carl Cody

Darlanne FLUEGEL - Ruth Lanier

Dean STOCKWELL - Bob Grimes

Steve JAMES - Jeff Rice

Robert DOWNEY SR. - Thomas Bateman

Michael GREENE - Jim Hart

Christopher ALLPORT - Max Waxman

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Contacts

Production

UNITED ARTISTS (MGM STUDIOS) - 10250 Constellation Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90067 U.S.A. - T: +1 310 449 3802 - F: + 1 310 449 3069 - www.mgm.com

Distribution

PARK CIRCUS FILMS SARL

International sales

PARK CIRCUS LIMITED - T: +44 1413322175 - www.parkcircus.com

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TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.

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