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Homicide 1991

David Mamet writes and directs this provocative thriller, which takes viewers inside the world of Det. Bobby Gold (Joe Mantegna) as he conducts a murder investigation that leads to an examination of his own ethnicity. Pulled from a drug case to find the killer of an elderly Jewish woman, Gold scoffs at the family's claim that the murder was a hate crime -- until he uncovers evidence of a conspiracy. William H. Macy co-stars. (read more)

Directed By:
David MametDavid Mamet
Written By:
David MametDavid Mamet
Joe MantegnaJoe Mantegna
William H. MacyWilliam H. Macy
No image existsNatalija Nogulich
Ving RhamesVing Rhames
Rebecca PidgeonRebecca Pidgeon
No image existsVincent Guastaferro
No image existsJ.J. Johnston
No image existsJack Wallace
No image existsLionel Mark Smith
No image existsCharles Stransky
No image existsPaul Butler
No image existsColin Stinton

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Homicide Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/20/2009)

Give me Joe Mantegna and William H. Macy as partners and I'll guarantee that there will be a movie worth watching. Macy has been moving up the chain, and is brilliant here.

The whole issue of Jewish persecution is woven in the story, and Mantegna is conflicted because he is Jewish, but obviously not a practicing one. As...

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