Death And The Compass Review
By Christopher Null on Tuesday 1st November 2005
The director of Repo Man takes an Argentinian short story by Jorge Luis Borges and brings it to the screen with his curious style. Surrealistic and considerably detailed considering its low budget, the cryptic tale may give you a headache if the jarring editing and fish-eye lenses don't. Peter Boyle is always fun, here as a detective in a city filled with nothing but cops and robbers and few people in between, but Cox's tale isn't nearly the goofy thrill that Repo Man was.
Facts and Figures
In Theaters: Wednesday 5th August 1992
Production compaines: Estudios Churubusco Azteca, KHB Productions, PSC, Together Brothers Productions
Cast & Crew
Producer: Lorenzo O'Brien