"Internal Affairs" (also known as "Affari sporchi", "Internal Affairs - Trau' ihm, er ist ein Cop") is a Crime/Thriller/Drama film directed by Mike Figgis, released on January 12 of 1990 in the USA . Richard Gere is starring, alongside Andy Garcia, Laurie Metcalf, Nancy Travis, Richard Bradford and William Baldwin.
Trust him... he's a cop.
Who directed "Internal Affairs":
Internal Affairs was directed by Mike Figgis, an English director, composer, producer, writer, and actor.
After directing Internal Affairs, Mike Figgis directed Liebestraum, released in 1991, Mr. Jones (1993), The Browning Version (1994), Leaving Las Vegas (1995), One Night Stand (1997), and The Loss of Sexual Innocence (1999).
When was "Internal Affairs" released:
Internal Affairs was initially released on Friday, January 12, 1990, in the United States. Also released on this day were Downtown (dir. Richard Benjamin) and Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (dir. Jeff Burr). This was twenty-nine (29) years ago.
It has been released on Sunday, March 11, 1990 in France; Thursday, April 26, 1990 in Australia and on Friday, July 06, 2007 in Italy.
What is the casting of "Internal Affairs":
At the casting of Internal Affairs we find Richard Gere, previously seen in Miles from Home (1988) and No Mercy (1986); Andy Garcia (Black Rain (1989), Emmanuelle 6 (1988)); Laurie Metcalf (Uncle Buck (1989), Miles from Home (1988)) [ more... ]
- Andy Garcia, Richard Bradford and Xander Berkeley also appeared together in The Man from Elysian Fields, released in 2001.
- Andy Garcia and Richard Bradford can also be seen in The Lost City, released in 2005.
- John Capodice and William Baldwin can be seen in Double Bang, released in 2001.
- Andy Garcia and Richard Bradford have both also be seen in Just the Ticket, released in 1999.
What is the Storyline of "Internal Affairs":
Patrolmen Dennis Peck and Van Stretch arrest a drug pusher and his girlfriend. The girlfriend resists and Stretch viciously assaults both of them. Outside, patrolman Dorian Fletcher sees a man running towards him; he shoots him. Peck discovers that the man had no weapon; Dorian is shocked and repentant, but Peck proceeds to take a knife out of his boot, clean off his prints, and place it in the dead man's hand. Dorian tries to stop Peck, who convinces him that cops watch each other's [...]
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