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Affliction (1998)

ID: 808
Rating:
Starring: James CoburnWillem DafoeNick NolteSissy SpacekMary Beth HurtJim True
Director: Paul Schrader
Category: Drama Independent Classic
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Widescreen1.85:1
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ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalSurround[CC]
Subtitles: [None]
Length: 114 mins
Release Date: 1999-07-06
Rental: $ 4.00
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James Coburn and Nick Nolte, along with Sissy Spacek and Willem Dafoe star in this emotionally captivating film.When events shatter the quiet of his small town, Wade Whitehouse (Nolte), with the aid of his new girlfriend (Spacek), is forced to confront his past and reexamine his life.Determined to fill the emptiness, he must either stand tall against his childhood demons or fall victim to his father's (Coburn) abusive ways.'Already an American classic' hails the Village Voice.



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