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||IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 from 3,439 votes
||Release: 1 February 1996 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Romance
||Director: James Mangold,
||Stars: Allan D'Arcangelo, Cordis Heard, David Patrick Kelly, Deborah Harry, Evan Dando, George Alvarez, J.C. MacKenzie, Joe Grifasi, Liv Tyler, Marian Quinn, Meg Hartig, Peter Ortel, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Shelley Winters, Zandy Hartig
||Synopsis: Victor is a cook who works in a greasy bar/restaurant owned by his mother, Dolly. It's just the two of them, a waitress named Delores, and a heavy drinking regular, Leo. But things change when Callie, a beautiful college drop-out, shows up as a new waitress and steals Victor's heart. But Victor is too shy to do anything about it, and too self-consciously overweight to dream of winning Callie away from her demanding boyfriend, Jeff. Victor's terrible loneliness overwhelms him when he has to face losing what he loves the most. Written by Martin Lewison <email@example.com>
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This film is beautifully shot, and full of emotion. It is a character
study. Very little action,of even the most basic kind. But you are
drawn into the film, if you have even the slightest compassion, by the
sheer loneliness and alienation of the characters.
The lead character, Vincent, is a middle aged man, weighing 250lbs.
Our first introduction to Vincent plays upon our own bigoted
perceptions of big guys: that they're all perverts. But through the
film, we get to know Vince, and find that he is motivated, or rather
paralyzed, by a fear of change and a painful shyness. His also a highly
moral person. Not in the Christian sense, which would tend to make him
seem truly perverse, but in the Human sense. He believes in Dignity
and, despite the seemingly futility of it, Hope. These are hard things
to find in the small town in which he resides; especially considering
he works in the family pub. I won't give away the ending, but HOPE sums
The film deals with the hardships of being an overweight man, without
indicting anyone or blaming anyone; and without telling the audience
that being a big boy is inherently evil. In fact, Director James
Mangold has much affection for this lonely man. If you have ANY
opportunity to watch this film on DVD with Mangold's commentary, please
do, but only after you have watched the film once or twice.
Pruitt Taylor Vince is perhaps in this film better than I have ever
seen him. He is a beautiful man, whose eyes are filled with every
emotion imaginable. I can tell, he has been through these painful
experiences before in his own life.
The rest of the cast is great too. You won't see glamorous people here.
Shelly Winters plays the mother with a spareness that makes you think
there's not much underneath, but as the film unfolds you find the exact
Deborah Harry essentially revisits the "Wise Guy" character she played,
but without the glamor. Lost and desperate, and too old to pretend
Liv Tyler, in one of her first roles, is also lost and desperate, but
without the cynicism of Harry. Great counterbalance. She is also
beautiful, and compassionate.
Mangold knows human nature. Here, he takes the brave step of
challenging the audience to stop and think about it. The pauses in this
movie are amazing, and say more than 30 minutes of a traditional
narrative film do. This film is not just about a heavy guy...it is
about all of us; how we react to those who are different, our own
insecurities, our own sorrows, loneliness, and frail hearts. And yet,
it defies becoming a "chick flick," Perhaps because it does center
around the man's experiences, or perhaps because it does not cop out at
the end with Cinderella fantasies.
WATCH THIS FILM.
Tags for Heavy Full Movie
, Cordis Heard
, David Patrick Kelly
, Deborah Harry
, Evan Dando
, George Alvarez
, J.C. MacKenzie
, Joe Grifasi
, Liv Tyler
, Marian Quinn
, Meg Hartig
, Peter Ortel
, Pruitt Taylor Vince
, Shelley Winters
, Zandy Hartig
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