A Man, a Woman and a Bank
Directed by Noel Black
The only thing riskier than the crime of the century is the romance of a lifetime! Small-time con artist Reese (Donald Sutherland, Klute, The Great Train Robbery, M*A*S*H) and his computer expert best friend Norman (Paul Mazursky, Fear and Desire, Blume in Love) concoct an ingenious plot for the perfect bank robbery: re-program the sophisticated electronic vault alarm system of a huge Vancouver bank while the building is still under construction, then calmly wait to make one very large withdrawal. But when Reese falls for a kooky commercial photographer (Brooke Adams, Days of Heaven, Cuba) who snapped shots of their plans, the ultimate heist takes some very unexpected turns in this wonderful crime comedy directed by Noel Black (Pretty Poison, Private School).
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- Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
- Color: Color