Q & A (UK)
When the questions are dangerous, the answers can be deadly.
Running Time: 127 mins
Retail Price: £15.99
Content Type: Movie
In streets burning with hatred, corruption and violence, there walks a powder keg with a short fuse called Brennan (a blistering performance from Nick Nolte). When Brennan shoots a small-time crook in cold blood, he covers up the shooting as self-defence and Assistant DA Reilly (Timothy Hutton) is assigned to the investigation. Brennan`s innocence rests on a clean sheet but innocence is hard to prove when key witnesses become murder Q&A victims.
Someone is trying to cover for Brennan and may succeed, unless one surviving witness takes the stand: gangster, drug-runner and racketeer Bobby Texador (Armand Assante). Texador, Brennan and Reilly are as far apart as you can get when it comes to ideals - but when it comes to murder, invisible threads are drawing them together, tightening a noose around somebody`s neck but whose? Q & A finds director Sidney Lumet back in the same territory that formed such classics as Serpico and Prince of the City.
Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1
Dolby Digital Surround 2.0 English
Director of Photography:
Richard P. Cirincione
Twentieth Century Fox