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Default Heavy (1995)

Any fans of this? It was James Mangold's directorial debut, and has stunning performances from Pruitt Taylor Vince and Liv Tyler. Debbie Harry and Shelley Winters are also supporting in it. It's a poignant, small, and vividly realized movie that never seemed to have quite gotten its dues. I've had a DVD copy for years and years now, but have been patiently waiting for it to get a restoration and Blu-ray release. It's the kind of film that would be in good company in The Criterion Collection, though I'm not sure they'd take it (or if they even could get rights to it). The U.S. DVD release I have was put out by Sony, but I believe Lionsgate distributed the DVD in Canada.
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Any fans of this? It was James Mangold's directorial debut, and has stunning performances from Pruitt Taylor Vince and Liv Tyler. Debbie Harry and Shelley Winters are also supporting in it. It's a poignant, small, and vividly realized movie that never seemed to have quite gotten its dues. I've had a DVD copy for years and years now, but have been patiently waiting for it to get a restoration and Blu-ray release. It's the kind of film that would be in good company in The Criterion Collection, though I'm not sure they'd take it (or if they even could get rights to it). The U.S. DVD release I have was put out by Sony, but I believe Lionsgate distributed the DVD in Canada.
I remember this film. I saw it once back in 1997. I remember that I was extremely excited about "CopLand" coming at the time, and so I wanted to see this director's only other film, beforehand.

I remember liking this film very much.
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