As Charles Bukowski’s fictional alter ego, Matt Dillon gets a few things right, notably the author’s brusque, lord-of-the-streets grace, his way of uttering harsh thoughts in soft tones. Too bad the film was directed by Norwegian minimalist Bent Hamer, who employs a flaccid diary approach.
Factotum As Charles Bukowski's fictional alter ego, Matt Dillon gets a few things right, notably the author's brusque, lord-of-the-streets grace, his way of...FactotumDramaBent Hamer, Jim StarkPT94MR As Charles Bukowski's fictional alter ego, Matt Dillon gets a few things right, notably the author's brusque, lord-of-the-streets grace, his way of...2006-08-25Fisher StevensMarisa TomeiFisher Stevens, Marisa Tomei
Genre: Drama; Starring: Matt Dillon, Lili Taylor, Fisher Stevens, Marisa Tomei; Director: Bent Hamer; Author: Bent Hamer, Jim Stark; Runtime (in minutes): 94; MPAA Rating: R
Posted August 25 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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