This Martin Scorsese classic is the barometer for movies dealing with PTSD – not an overt military movie, but one that examines the effects of war and isolation and the lack of help for those who come home.
An unhinged look at corruption, sin, and the potential for redemption in the darkest of places.
Red Dragon. 2002. Directed by Brett Ratner. Screenplay by Ted Tally; based on the novel Red Dragon by Thomas Harris. Starring Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Emily Watson, Mary-Louise Parker, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Anthony Heald, Ken Leung, Frankie Faison, and Tyler Patrick Jones. Universal Pictures. Rated R. 124 minutes. Crime/Thriller ★★★1/2 I’mContinue reading “Red Dragon Tells Harris with Little Flavour”