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Everybody Wins (1990)

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Release Date
 USA: Jan 19, 1990

MPAA Rating
R

Running Time
1 hour, 37 minutes

Country UK, USA

Studio Orion, Recorded Picture Company

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Other Titles
• Everybody Wins
• Everybody Wins - Ein schmutziges Spiel (1990)



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Genre: Mystery, Drama, Detectives, Suspense, Murder, Femme Fatale, Prostitution, Political, Love

Plot: In EVERYBODY WINS, directed by Karel Reisz from a screenplay by Arthur Miller, Debra Winger plays Angela Crispini, a dim woman who believes that corrupt court officials convicted an innocent boy of murder. The story comes from Miller's one act play, SOME KIND OF LOVE STORY, which generated speculation about whether the mercurial, always acting Angela Crispini character was based on his ex-wife Marilyn Monroe. But here, Miller changes the play's title to the highly ironic EVERYBODY WINS and skirts the topic. Angela Crispini hires Tom O'Toole (Nick Nolte), a private detective known for working on wrongful conviction cases, to help obtain a new trial for Felix ( Frank Military), a teenager convicted of the murder of his uncle. As the detective, Nolte slowly falls for the seductive Angela as she reveals more details of the case, dropping hints that make him suspect that she's in some way involved.

While the detective as a moral outsider pulling the masks off hypocritical authorities has become something of an American cliche, Miller steers away from the whodunit aspects, concentrating on the love affair, and Angela's shaky footing. Winger does an impressive job in a near split personality part that requires rapid shifting from one characterization to another. Miller provides a more

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 Directed by
Karel Reisz
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 Written by
Arthur Miller
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 Cast
Debra Winger
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Nick Nolte
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Will Patton
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Judith Ivey
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Jack Warden
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Frank Converse
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 Music By
Mark Isham
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