This rather depressing historical drama directed by Hugh Hudson and starring Al Pacino as a revolutionary soldier proved to be a universally panned box office disaster, but I
believe the cinematography is outstanding and worth a look. One British critic likened Pacino’s performance to an “impersonation of a distraught short-order cook.” See if you can spot singer Annie Lennox of the Eurythmics as a Revolutionary graffiti artist. Pacino didn’t make another film until Sea of Love in 1989.


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