Midnight SpecialDVD - 2016
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Actor and playwright, Sam Shepard (November 5, 1943 – July 27, 2017) received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1979 for his play Buried Child.
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A wonderful film. The casting is about the best I've seen. I enjoyed it very much.
Things would break.
--What kinds of things?
Windows, light bulbs. Cars would shut down. That kind of thing. It just got worse the older he got, so they just started letting him sleep in the daytime, and he'd be awake at night. It's why all our services are at night now.
What makes you say that?
--I believe it.
It wasn't images.
--Not what I remember. It was more... It was like a feeling.
What kind of feeling?
He wouldn't have asked you if you couldn't do it. … Sometimes we are asked to do things that are beyond us.
He believes in something. You don't.
--It doesn't matter. Good people die every day believing in things.
You don't have to worry about me.
--I like worrying about you.
You don't have to anymore.
--I'll always worry about you, Alton. That's the deal.
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