Q&A

Made in 1990 but in a Serpico-style '70s tradition, Sidney Lumet's Q&A pits Nick Nolte's corrupt Irish-American cop against Timothy Hutton's idealistic assistant DA. Quality old-school fare, marred only by over-emphasis on a sub-plot involving Armand Assante's gang boss and Nolte's odd moustache and high-heeled shoes.

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Made in 1990 but in a Serpico-style ’70s tradition, Sidney Lumet’s Q&A pits Nick Nolte’s corrupt Irish-American cop against Timothy Hutton’s idealistic assistant DA. Quality old-school fare, marred only by over-emphasis on a sub-plot involving Armand Assante’s gang boss and Nolte’s odd moustache and high-heeled shoes.

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