DOG DAY AFTERNOON (1975)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Turner Classic Movies]:

A desperate and crazed man, with the help of
an accomplice, takes a local Brooklyn bank hostage
with plans to rob it in order to pay for his
lover's sex-change operation.






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"Dog Day Afternoon...is Sidney Lumet's most accurate, most
flamboyant New York movie. .... Most of the time the film stays
contained within the bank. This concentration in space and time
is responsible for much of the film's dramatic intensity. So
too are the brilliant characterizations by the members of
the large cast, including Al Pacino."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; September 22, 1975




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