In the first section of the film one wonders if they will ever
recover from the sliding accents of Liam Neeson and Jessica
Lange, but the script, direction, and performances of this epic
are so engrossing that the dialects of the two main roles slowly
become less perturbing. (Poor Rob, you didn't know who you could
trust, even in those days. His main lesson should have been that
if you want something done properly you have to do it yourself.
It was a well meaning friend who instigated the proceedings, even
if it did cost him his life in the bargain.) Excellently handled
film in every way. Tim Roth and John Hurt are divine.
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