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The Last Embrace DVD

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This taught thriller, from the acclaimed director of Silence of the Lambs, stars Roy Scheider (Jaws, The French Connection) as Harry Hannan, an ex-government agent fearing for his life and unable to trust even his closest friends after the violent death of his wife. Infused with the spirit of Alfred Hitchcock, and featuring outstanding performances by John Glover, Christopher Walken and Charles Napier, Last Embrace is a stylish, edge-of-your-seat experience that you will never forget. Audio commentary with film expert David Thompson Original theatrical trailer

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Roy Scheider, Janet Margolin and Christopher Walken star in this thriller. After his wife is killed in a restaurant shoot-out government agent Harry Hannan (Scheider) suffers a nervous breakdown and is placed in a Connecticut sanatorium. Upon his release, he returns to New York where he learns his services are no longer required and his home has been overtaken by doctoral student Ellie Fabian (Margolin). But after receiving a death threat written in Hebrew, Harry becomes increasingly paranoid that a shadowy force is trying to kill him and, with the help of Ellie and his supervisor Eckart (Walken), he sets out to find out who...

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