The Film stars: Christian Slater (Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)), Patricia Arquette (Lost Highway (1997), The Badge (2002)), Michael Rapaport, Bronson Pinchot, Saul Rubinek, Dennis Hopper (Blue Velvet (1986), Red Rock West (1993)), James Gandolfini (the Sopranos TV Series (1999–2007), The Man Who Wasn't There (2001), Gary Oldman (Romeo Is Bleeding (1993), Léon: The Professional (1994), The Fifth Element (1997)), Christopher Walken (Pulp Fiction (1994)), Chris Penn (Reservoir Dogs (1992).), Tom Sizemore (Natural Born Killers (1994), Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)), Brad Pitt (Se7en (1995), Twelve Monkeys (1995)), Val Kilmer (Kill Me Again (1989)), and Samuel L. Jackson ( Pulp Fiction (1994), Hard Eight (1996), Jackie Brown (1997)).
The title sequence for True Romance magically conveys us to the bleak cold desolate vortex of the Rust Belt 1990’s Detroit, but also back a million plus years to the time when fantastic tales were spun by ancient man around the first campfire. Only in the here and now, the fire is scrap wood fed and in an oil drum in a vacant lot surrounded by hobos, outcasts, and scavengers and the fantastic tale is offered with rising sparks and smoke up to the eternal night. A Neo Noir tale.
|Making love with "Elvis" shrine in the background.|
|Big Don (Jackson)|
|Clifford Worley (Hopper)|
|Elliot Blitzer (Pinchot)|
|Clarence and Elvis Mentor (Kilmer)|
|Vincenzo Coccotti (Walken)|
|On to Mexico|