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Six Ways to Sunday

The movie Six Ways to Sunday was based on the book Portrait of a Young Man Drowning.

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Movie details for Six Ways to Sunday

The movie was released in 1997 and directed by Adam Bernstein. Six Ways to Sunday was produced by Allumination. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Norman Reedus, Deborah Harry, Adrien Brody, Paul D'Amato, Holter Graham, Peter Appel, Kathy Lee Hart, Paul Lazar, Eugene Leong, Clark Gregg, Isaac Hayes, Steve Itkin, Elina L÷wensohn, Jerry Adler, Anna Marie Wieder, Anna Levine, Vincent Pastore, Christopher Mackin, Joseph Scott (II) and Lam Bor.

 

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Eighteen-year old Harry Odum (Norman Reedus) has an unnaturally close relationship with his mother (Debbie Harry). But her possessive hold is tested when Harry shows promise as a henchman for the local mob. What starts with Harry's brutal pummeling of a s... Read More
Eighteen-year old Harry Odum (Norman Reedus) has an unnaturally close relationship with his mother (Debbie Harry). But her possessive hold is tested when Harry shows promise as a henchman for the local mob. What starts with Harry's brutal pummeling of a stripclub owner ends up with his grooming for the higher ranks of the mob "family" that appreciates his lethal talents. When love finally triumphs over all, there's bound to be a few bodybags in this outrageous black comedy with a disturbing subtext and fine, quirky performances.

Book details for Portrait of a Young Man Drowning

Portrait of a Young Man Drowning was written by Charles Perry. The book was published in 1962 by W W Norton & Co Inc. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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