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  • Friday 08 October 2010
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  • Wednesday 11 May 2011
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  • La revelación (Hispanoamérica)
  • Homens em Fúria


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Stone (2010)

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Jack Mabry drinks and watches a golf tournament on television, while his wife Madylyn takes their daughter up to bed for a nap, where an insect buzzes around the window threateningly. She goes downstairs and announces suddenly that she's leaving him. He runs upstairs to the bedroom and holds their daughter out the window, threatening to drop her if Madylyn leaves. She agrees to stay and rushes to close the window, killing the insect.

Many years later, Jack and Madylyn return home from church for what appears to be a quiet afternoon in the life of a long-married couple approaching retirement together. Late that night, Jack is woken by a phone call telling him that his brother, Bobby, has just died. The next day, he speaks at Bobby's funeral, admitting that he once struck his brother, "Mr. Perfect", in the head with a hammer, but that his brother covered for him and he never was punished for it.

Next we see Jack at work, working as a parole officer. Jack is approaching retirement, until we meet Gerald "Stone" Creeson , who is serving a ten-to-fifteen year sentence as an accessory to the murder of his grandparents. During the interview he tries to persuade Jack that he has changed and is now rehabilitated, and describes his wife Lucetta as an alien. The two also discuss, at some length, what really happened the night Stone's grandparents died.

After some visits from Lucetta, Stone continually insists to her in the importance of persuading Jack so that he can get out of jail.
Lucetta wears him down with persistent phone calls, and after a while they meet and they begin an affair. Meanwhile Stone is having a deep spiritual experience and when he meets again with Jack he believes that Stone is insane, anyhow he has already sent his opinion to the parole committee.


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