Uncut "40th Anniversary" Version
"Every bit as important a film as Easy Rider"
--The Hollywood Reporter
John G Avildsen
Peter Boyle · Dennis Patrick · Susan Sarandon ·
counter-culture filmmaker John Avildsen delivered this hard-hitting, stunning
motion picture that captured (many would say "exploited") the
Generation Gap better than most any other movie made. Here, now,
is the fully uncut version (107 minutes) celebrating the legendary film's
deals with Bill Compton, a wealthy executive who has just - accidentally,
in a fit of rage - murdered his daughter's drug-selling boyfriend. A bit
later, while settling his nerves in a corner bar, Compton meets Joe (Boyle),
a loudmouthed right-wing factory worker. An unholy alliance is formed.
Joe is in awe of Compton's violent action against "the hippies"
and - when Compton's daughter runs away, Joe agrees to help him search
for her in the psychedelic underworld they both despise.
American production; both original widescreen format (16:9) and the
standard fullscreen format (1.33:1), totally uncut version at 107 minutes,
encoded for REGION ONE NTSC, playable on any American machine; in English
language with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles. Extras
include original theatrical trailer.
For Mature Audiences