Mulholland Falls (1996)

The L.A. Way

When Chicago mobster Jack Flynn (William Petersen) mocks Hoover (Nick Nolte), he gets more than he bargained for.

Directed by Lee Tamahori.

Released in 1996 by MGM.

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  • mood: Violent
  • prop: Car
  • prop: Food
  • setting: Restaurant
  • theme: Aggression
  • actor: Chazz Palminteri
  • actor: Chris Penn
  • actor: William Petersen
  • actor: Nick Nolte
  • actor: Rob Lowe
  • actor: Michael Madsen
  • director: Lee Tamahori
  • producer: Mario Iscovich
  • producer: Richard D. Zanuck
  • producer: Lili Fini Zanuck
  • cinematographer: Haskell Wexler
  • composer: Dave Grusin
  • editor: Sally Menke
  • costume-designer: Ellen Mirojnick
  • production-designer: Richard Sylbert
  • role-name: Eddie Hall
  • role-name: Jack Flynn, Mafia Mobster
  • role-name: Arthur Relyea
  • role-name: Elleroy Coolidge
  • role-name: Max Hoover
  • role-name: Hoodlum
  • screenwriter: Floyd Mutrux
  • screenwriter: Peter Dexter
  • year: 1996
  • studio: MGM