Dennis Weaver, Jacqueline Scott, Eddie Firestone, Lou Frizzell
Steven Spielberg (Director), Richard Matheson (Screenplay), Richard Matheson (Story)
Release: Nov. 10th, 1971
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Traveling businessman David Mann angers the driver of a rusty tanker while crossing the Californian desert. A simple trip turns deadly, as Mann struggles to stay on the road while the tanker plays cat and mouse with his life.
Must be some fans of this 1971 early Spielberg classic on here?
It's one of my favourite films - remember watching it with my dad when I was younger. Such a simple plot yet it's completely gripping...
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And of course, there is obviously the obligatory tight tension, which is the hinge to hold every Hitch film tightly concealed and controlled throughout something that Spielberg uses by taking this exact tension and making it the effective six-cylinder engine that fires through the entire film.
For the very large majority of this film all Spielberg has at his disposable is one character (Weaver's David), two vehicles (David's car and the satanic truck) and one setting (a lonely, never-ending dusty highway).