Hardworking Oscar winner Clint Eastwood releases his second film in 2008 (after THE CHANGELING) with this drama. Eastwood also stars as Walt Kowalski, an older man and retired Korean War hero who holds onto his prejudices despite the changes in his neighbourhood and the world around him. However, when he catches a local kid trying to steal his prized carthe Gran Torino of the titleas part of a gang initiation, Walt overcomes his bigoted outlook and decides to put the boy on the right path.
Suitable for 15 years and over.
16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
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These spectral figures, totems of masculinity and mementos from a heroic cinematic age, are what make this unassuming film small in scale if not in the scope of its ideas -- more than just a vendetta flick New York Times
The actor-director's second release of the season is his most stripped-down, unadorned picture in many a year Variety
William Hill, Clint Eastwood, Brian Haley, John Carroll Lynch, Bee Vang, Christopher Carley, Ahney Her, Dreama Walker, Brian Howe, Geraldine Hughes