Going All the Way

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Released 1997

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Going All the Way

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Director:
Mark Pellington
Released:
1997
Rating:
R
Going All the Way is a movie that takes place in Indianapolis, 1954, about two Korean War veterans that have completely opposite personas. Gunner Casselman (Ben Affleck) and his sidekick, Sonny Burns (Jeremy Davies), have a mutual admiration for each other and respect the two opposites. Gunner gains his respect as an easygoing and self-proclaimed artist that has no problems picking up women, while Sonny is respected more for his superior eye as a brilliant photographer. The two of them get twisted up in hellfire relationships with Marty (Rachel Weisz), a girl whom Gunner meets in a museum, and her friend Gale (Rose McGowan), who is a potential dream girl for Sonny. Sonny also has his high school sweetheart, Buddy (Amy Locane), available. She is a very manipulative and lustful handful for him, though. The story takes place from Sonny's point of view and, since he is balanced between self-hatred and adolescent grandiosity, the women in this film are often depicted as evil and grotesque in one way or another.moreless

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