Hellcab (Chicago Cab)

BB.5

(out of 5)


A day in the life of an honest, sensitive and tired Chicago cab driver (), who has a a bevy of famous faces make cameos as some of his fares, ranging from somewhat odd to totally disturbing without any definite pattern or purpose. This film plays more like an acting exercise for established names with time to kill between productions, so despite Dillon’s fantastic acting and the powerful ending, it’s an easy throwaway when it’s over. After mostly forgettable cameos,  manages to make something captivating out of her few moments.


, ,

USA, 1997

Directed by ,

Screenplay by , based on his play

Cinematography by

Produced by ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by Mary Cybulski, John Tintori

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