It is a significant day for 80 year old Antonio. After an absence of many years, his estranged son is coming to visit. All must be perfect. There will be a toast with very special champagne; an embrace; warm words that will maybe finally bridge the gap between them. But before, Antonio must wait. Bedridden, he looks out his window overlooking thee endless Patagonian landscape and sees light and life, the past and the present, while sensing the future. He decides to secretly leave the house, unseen by his faithful caretakers, to take what might be a last walk in his fields, breathing the air, treading the earth, inhaling the scent of the land that had been his life. What could otherwise seem like insignificant memories or moments in one's life, take a special, beautiful meaning and weight in this poetic, humanistic film.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Monty Stratton is an affable long drink of water with an easy, whiplike delivery and a pitch so unhittable the young phenom racks up consecutive 15-win seasons. But Stratton's greatest victory doesn't come on the manicured green diamonds of our national pastime. James Stewart portrays Stratton, who loses a leg in an accident just as his career is on the rise...and whose triumph over despair and disability leads him to pitch again.
The KGB's top agent is sent to America to stop a maniac from triggering human time bombs planted during the Cold War.
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Charles Bronson ("Death Wish," "The Dirty Dozen") is a Russian secret agent on the hunt for a demented Soviet defector who plans on using a group of hypnotized American spies to wreak havoc on the U.S. Suspenseful thriller co-stars Emmy-winner Tyne Daily (TV's "Cagney & Lacey"), Oscar-nominee Lee Remick ("A Face in the Crowd"), and Donald Pleasance ("The Great Escape"). Written by acclaimed action writer/director Peter Hyams ("Timecop," "2010") and directed by Don Siegel ("Dirty Harry," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers").
Charles Bronson ("Death Wish") is a Russian secret agent on the hunt for a demented Soviet defector who plans on using a group of hypnotized American spies to wreak havoc on the U.S.
Charles Bronson is a Russian secret agent on the hunt for a demented Soviet defector who plans on using a group of hypnotized American spies to wreak havoc on the U.S.
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