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By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

 

Wolfen
Directed by Michael Wadleigh
Warner Home Video 07/81 DVD/VHS Feature Film
R

When a very rich and famous New York couple are brutally murdered, a retired detective (Albert Finney) is called in to solve the crime. Assisted by a clever morgue technician (Gregory Hines), a specialist in terrorism (Diane Venora), and an anthropologist (Tom Noonan), he comes to the conclusion that they (and others) were attacked by vicious wolves. Director Michael Wadleigh (Woodstock) makes the most out of the urban environment of Manhattan. This thriller has a metaphysical side to it and is worth seeing.

 

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