The Hawk Is Dying

If Paul Giamatti wrapped in a towel epitomizes anti-glamour, then Julian Goldberger's brilliantly acted, close adaptation of Harry Crews' strange 1973 novel about a man and his bird must be among the least glamorous feature films ever made. It ain't pretty, but its naturalism is consistent with the source material, and makes for a refreshing change more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
Source (1 Credit)
Harry Crews
Producer (2 Credits)
Mary Jane Skalski
Exec. Producer (3 Credits)
Corbin Day
Jean Levy-Hinte
Ted Hope
Co-Producer (1 Credit)
Assoc. Producer (1 Credit)
James Debbs
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Bobby Bukowski
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Jonathan Goldberger
Production Designer (2 Credits)
Affonso Goncalves
Judy Becker
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Vera Mills
Costumes (1 Credit)
April Napier
Casting (1 Credit)
Felicia Fasano
Special Effects (1 Credit)
Peter Amante Tchya
Sound (2 Credits)
Frank Gaeta
Scott Clements
Make Up (1 Credit)
Lee Grimes
Stunts (1 Credit)
Steve Ritzi
Cord-Cutting Guide. Credit: Robert Rodriguez / TV Guide

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