Impolite

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Released 1992

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Director:
David Hauka
Released:
1992
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Impolite is a dark comedy about a reporter who finally gets the break he's been looking for with dangerous results. When newspaper reporter Jack Yeats (Robert Wisden) is disgraced by a scandal, his career is shot down to the likes of writing the obituary section of the paper. His luck seems to change in the form of an anonymous tipster and the blood-stained diary of a recently deceased millionaire. Once Yeats begins to follow the strange trail of clues, he soon finds himself swept up in a strange mystery that could prove as dangerous to him as it was for the corpse in question. While the story of Yeats' sleuthing takes many dark twists, witty writing and clever double entendres keep audiences gasping with laughter as much as shock. With dangerous characters, brutal crimes, and a little cross-dressing thrown into the mix, Impolite is a crime thriller of a comedy unlike any other.
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    Dark Comedy, Thrillers, Crime