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...tick...tick...tick... (1970)

...tick...tick...tick...(1970)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 16:9 | 720x480 | 5000 kbps | 4.4Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
01:40:00 | USA | Drama, Action

Racial tensions threaten to explode when a black man is elected sheriff of a small, racially divided town in the Deep South.
Director: Ralph Nelson
Cast: Jim Brown, George Kennedy, Fredric March, Lynn Carlin, Don Stroud, Janet MacLachlan, Richard Elkins, Clifton James, Robert Random, Mills Watson, Bernie Casey, Anthony James, Dub Taylor, Ernest Anderson, Karl Swenson, Barry Cahill, Anne Whitfield, Bill Walker, Dan Frazer, Leonard O. Smith, Renny Rooker, Roy Glenn, George Cisar, Paulene Myers, Dino Washington, Calvin Brown, Beverly Taylor, Almira Sessions

...tick...tick...tick... (1970)

...tick...tick...tick... (1970)


"...tick...tick...tick... is an American movie made in 1970 directed by Ralph Nelson. Racially provocative for its time, it stars Jim Brown in the role of an African-American man elected as the sheriff of a rural county in the American South. It has become something of a cult classic for its cutting-edge portrayal of racial relations and its tense narrative.
The movie was released seven years after Nelson's 1963 film Lilies of the Field, starring Sidney Poitier, which was made before the eruption of violence stemming from the American civil rights movement of the mid-1960s. It also portrayed the controversy of racial relations, but with a much gentler narrative.

Ralph Nelson, director of Lilies of the Field, returns to the subject of race relations in America for a thoroughly different take in Tick...Tick...Tick.... Tensions are taken off the back-burner slow simmer and are placed on full boil in Tick...Tick...Tick...'s tale of a black Southern sheriff trapped between the rock and a hard place of two communities separated by skin color and decades of bigotry. Newly elected, Sheriff Jimmy Price (Jim Brown) offers no favors or privileges to either community, and quickly earns the ire of both. Warned by the mayor against consulting outsiders (the great Fredric March in his penultimate film performance), Price navigates the tensions until one arrest places him directly in the eye of a hurricane of hate. With only the former sheriff to support him (George Kennedy) Price must try to defuse the tensions before the town explodes


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...tick...tick...tick... (1970)

...tick...tick...tick... (1970)



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