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Midnight Cowboy - Absolutely Unique

Posted on: March 3, 2006 | Views: 63 | Comment

The cast talk about the improvising and character development that was done for the film. This Oscar-winning film, which features brilliant performances by Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman, brought an unusually gritty realism to the screen and offered a then-rare portrait of New York's street scene. Joe Buck, a male prostitute from Texas, heads to Manhattan where he hopes to find plenty of wealthy women willing to pay for the services of a handsome man. When he arrives, the naive country boy befriends Ratso Rizzo, a tubercular, homeless con artist who dreams of moving to Florida. As they go about trying to get the money Ratso needs, the two men see and confront all the seediness, corruption and cruelty that flourish in the big city. 

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conversation • joe buck • midnight cowboy • characters • hustler • ratso rizzo • improvised scene • jon voight • critically acclaimed • dustin hoffman • reincarnation • improvisation