The Day of the Locust

Movie • 1975 • Drama  

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Hollywood, 1930s. Tod Hackett, a young painter who tries to make his way as an art director in the lurid world of film industry, gets infatuated with his neighbor Faye Greener, an aspiring actress who prefers the life that Homer Simpson, a lone accountant, can offer her.
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Does the dog die?
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eboyisa
one of the characters chases a girl and tries to force himself on her a couple times in the film
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Does a cat die?
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rutgerhauerfan
There's a scene where there's a cock fight, and though the information is scarce, I found an old article mentioning that that was in fact a real cock fight. It looked like the "losing" rooster died afterwards.
Not cool, moviemakers.
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Is a child abused?
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rutgerhauerfan
There's a cock-fighting scene, which I unfortunately think was actually a real one.
The rooster who "lost" dies in a man's arms afterwards. Would not recommend watching that scene.
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rutgerhauerfan
Homer finally snaps when Adore won't stop hurling insults and throws a stone at him, so he chases the kid around and stomps him to death.
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