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Threat advisory: High - High risk of entertaining activities

Movie propaganda

It isn't love that makes the world go round.

Captivated by the promise of receiving the money owed to them from a previous robbery, a crew of highly skilled thieves decides to follow their leader on his last heist.

Theatrical propaganda posters

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film crime criminal robbery jewel theft double cross

Persons of interest

  • Gene Hackman .... Joe Moore
  • Danny DeVito .... Bergman
  • Delroy Lindo .... Bobby Blane
  • Sam Rockwell .... Jimmy Silk
  • Rebecca Pidgeon .... Fran Moore
  • Ricky Jay .... Don "Pinky" Pincus
  • Jim Frangione .... DA Freccia
  • Christopher Kaldor .... Laszlo
  • Patti LuPone .... Betty Croft
  • David Mamet .... Screenwriter
  • David Mamet .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

A well-made movie.

Heist is everything that you have learned to expect from David Mamet: slick, smooth and stylish. The characters are well-rounded, the plot is well-twisted and the surprise ending is well-surprising. If you like films about criminals, you'll like Heist.

Security censorship classification

M (Low level violence)

Surveillance time

100 minutes (1:40 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Fillm: 14 February 2002
DVD rental: 4 September 2002
VHS rental: 4 September 2002

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