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Falling Down (26-Feb-1993)

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writer: Ebbe Roe Smith

Keywords: Thriller, Los Angeles, Explosions, Vigilante

Bill Foster is a recently laid-off defense worker with an estranged wife, his life now distinctly lacking purpose. Trapped in a hot summer traffic jam en route to his daughter's birthday party, something in him snaps and Foster begins to lash out at society's small absurdities. Officer Prendergast, up for retirement, puts clues together realizes that the unusual crime wave is all due to the same man. Won the Edgar for Best Motion Picture.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Raymond J. Barry
Actor
14-Mar-1939   Arlo Givens on Justified
Michael Paul Chan
Actor
26-Jun-1950   Robbery: Homicide Division
Vondie Curtis-Hall
Film Director
30-Sep-1956   Glitter
John Diehl
Actor
1-May-1950   Larry Zito on Miami Vice
Michael Douglas
Actor
25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Robert Duvall
Actor
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Frederic Forrest
Actor
23-Dec-1936   Apocalypse Now
Barbara Hershey
Actor
5-Feb-1948   Boxcar Bertha and Mary Magdalene
D. W. Moffett
Actor
26-Oct-1954   Dean Winston on For Your Love
James Morrison
Actor
21-Apr-1954   Bill Buchanan on 24
Dedee Pfeiffer
Actor
1-Jan-1964   The Sky Is Falling
Lois Smith
Actor
3-Nov-1930   Five Easy Pieces
Rachel Ticotin
Actor
1-Nov-1958   Total Recall
Tuesday Weld
Actor
27-Aug-1943   Looking for Mr. Goodbar

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