Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Water Under the Bridge|
Actors: Scott Cooper, Gabrielle Anwar, Tommy Hinkley, Theresa Russell, Craig Sheffer
Director: Clark Brigham
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama
Jake (Scott Cooper) returns home looking for answers to a tragic night, seventeen years earlier, that left his best friend Marco (Craig Sheffer) dead and his father (Tommy Hinkley) holding the gun. Jake keeps his return a ... more »
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Dramatic, thoughtful, a great picture
Buick Man | California | 08/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw Water Under the Bridge at the San Francisco International Film Festival and really enjoyed it on several levels: the cinematography is excellent, the lighting is beautiful, the locations in SF are very interesting and the story is gripping. By the way, Amazon incorrectly lists the director - the REAL director (also writer and producer) is Clark Brigham. Watch for his next film!"
The other bridge
Lesmae Lariat | Melbourne OZ | 07/13/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Ignore the 3 rating: I honestly can't rate this movie cos I've never seen it but for those who care, yes, there is another Water Under the Bridge: With Judy Davis, David Cameron, Robyn Nevin. Australian Mini Series 9 x 1 hour episodes made for TV 1980. Based on Sumner Locke Elliott's novel about life in Sudney 1932-1948 and produced by Shotten Productions. Personally, if anyone can provide a copy I would LOVE to know about it - it was brillo."
Amazon Info entirely wrong for this piece of CRAP
D. Piper | Central Ohio | 02/14/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The cast listed for this title is wrong!!!!! No Judy Davis etc,,are there two movies with the same title? Anyway,,,,the summary given about SF and painter/killer plot is correct to my sorrow,,,I bought this because of the favorable reception at the SF festival,,this is junk,,junk of a high order I will grant you but a total waste of viewing time,,so many flashbacks many of which are just a few seconds long,,,an attempt to be overly-arty I presume,,the director is one I will watch (out) for and do my best to avoid,,I was one of the minority who hated Memento and I think this falls in the same "nothing to say" genre,,the added DVD feature on making the film is one of the most boring and ineffectual pieces of self indulgence I have witnessed in a long time. Rent if you must but dont expect anything of the view."