Michael Shannon stars in the true story of the notorious hitman Richard 'The Iceman' Kuklinski, a violent individual with a plethora of secrets who was recruited by the mob
Classy piece of navel-gazing, with excellent bourgeois credentials - Bancroft as a fading ballet star, not so nippy on her toes as she once was, MacLaine as the former friend who hung up her shoes to marry Skerrit, and now has a daughter of her own (Browne), itching to take to the stage. Baryshnikov even appears, but he's just a diversion in a film that is mainly about two Hollywood heavyweights slagging each other off, making up and weeping. Its sophistications are superficial, to say the least, but it wowed the Academy in 1977 - they nominated it for 10 Oscars.
It didn't win any.
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