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Double Feature: AFTER HOURS, 1985, Warner Bros., 97 min. Dir. Martin Scorsese. Manhattan becomes a surreal dreamscape of bizarre terror in Martin Scorsese’s film about an ordinary guy who agrees to a late-night date with an attractive but alarmingly disturbed woman (Rosanna Arquette). Dead bodies, strange sculptresses and an incensed ice cream truck mob are all part of the protagonist’s weird journey into the dark and neglected hours of the morning.
THE COLOR OF MONEY, 1986, Buena Vista Pictures, 119 min. Dir. Martin Scorsese. Paul Newman took home a long-overdue Best Actor Oscar for reprising his role as pool shark Fast Eddie Felson in this follow-up to 1961’s THE HUSTLER. Here Fast Eddie returns to the game to show a talented younger player (Tom Cruise) how to work the tables for money, and – in a final match between teacher and student – how to sink the shots that really count. With Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.