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    Unique ID Code: 0000045619
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    Added on: 28/2/2003 07:34
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    Q & A (UK)

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    When the questions are dangerous, the answers can be deadly.
    Certificate: 18
    Running Time: 127 mins
    Retail Price: £15.99
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    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.

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    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital Surround 2.0 English

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    Directed By:
    Sidney Lumet

    Written By:

    Lee Richardson
    Armand Assante
    Timothy Hutton
    Nick Nolte

    Casting By:
    Joy Todd

    Soundtrack By:
    Jay Livingston
    Ray Evans
    Rubén Blades

    Director of Photography:
    Andrzej Bartkowiak

    Richard P. Cirincione

    Costume Designer:
    Neil Spisak
    Ann Roth

    Production Designer:
    Philip Rosenberg

    Arnon Milchan
    Lilith Jacobs
    Burtt Harris

    Executive Producer:
    Patrick Wachsberger

    Twentieth Century Fox

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