Union City

Echoing the film noirs of the 1950s, Marcus Reichert's powerful production is the epitome of understated, yet deeply affecting film making. A repressed accountant obsessed with the person stealing his morning milk is eventually driven to committing an act of irrational violence. His wife however appears to have plans of her own. Deborah Harry relishes her debut film role and is joined behind the scenes by fellow 'Blondie' member Chris Stein, who wrote the score.

Year: 1980
Genre: Art House Cinema, Contemporary Noir
Country: USA
Director: Marcus Reichert
Starring: Deborah Harry, Dennis Lipscomb, Everett McGill, Irina Maleeva, Sam McMurray, Pat Benatar
Duration: 82 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and sexual references.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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