Product DetailsJohn Cassavetes engages film noir in his own inimitable style with The Killing of a Chinese Bookie. Ben Gazzara brilliantly portrays gentlemenís club owner Cosmo Vitelli, a man dedicated to pretenses of composure and self-possession. When he runs afoul of a group of gangsters, Cosmo is forced to commit a horrible crime in a last-ditch effort to save his beloved club and his way of life. Suspenseful, mesmerizing, and idiosyncratic, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie is a thought-provoking examination of desperation and masculine identity.
Store CommentsSpecial Features Restored high-definition digital transfer of John Cassavetesí original 135-minute edit of the film Restored high-definition digital transfer of Cassavetesí 108-minute edit for the 1978 theatrical rerelease Video interviews with star Ben Gazzara and producer Al Ruban Audio interview with Cassavetes by film historians Michel Ciment and Michael Wilson, conducted after the filmís release Stills gallery featuring rare behind-the-scenes production photos
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