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Brewster McCloud



So Robert Altman is 80 and in poor health. But over the course of the past 40 years he's made some fantastic films. Most of them are now available on dvd. One however is not, "Brewster McCloud" starring a pre "Harold & Maude" Bud Cort, as a boy who lives in a fallout shelter in the astrodome and dreams of one day flying. Hopefully one day soon like, "Short Cuts", "3 Women", and "Secret Honor" it will get the Criterion treatment. In the mean time check it out.

***Originally Posted By Brendan McFadden
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