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'Heat' Q&A with Montgomery College Film Professor and Students

Let's meet @ 6:00 PM at the round tables near the concession stands prior to the movie. The movie begins at 6:30 PM.


Hollywood icons Al Pacino and Robert De Niro are onscreen together for the first time in this stylish and suspenseful thriller from director Michael Mann. Pacino's seasoned L.A. detective is obsessed with tracking master thief De Niro, who wants to make one last score before retirement. Mann weaves their two stories together, setting the noisy action of pursuit against the quiet humanity of the moment, when detective meets thief face-to-face. Mann's legendary attention to detail is reflected in the film's intensive use of locations, from Kate Mantilini's influential Beverly Hills restaurant to the original Bob's Big Boy in Burbank, as well as forays into Koreatown, the Los Angeles Harbor and the grounds of LAX for the film's expressionist conclusion.

DIR/SCR/PROD Michael Mann; PROD Art Linson. US, 1995, color, 170 min, 35mm. RATED R

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  • Norman K.

    What is the purpose of this? You sit around with this professor and his students to discuss the film? Who is this professor?

    April 7, 2014

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