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No Man's Land Theatrical Trailer

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Uploaded on Dec 20, 2007

In 1987 Charlie Sheen starred in this little ditty shortly after filming other timeless classics such as "The Wraith". Oddly enough he co-starred with Randy Quaid in both films as well. This is a great film for any fan of Porsches or 1980's yuppie-Hollywood stereotypes. This film was written by Dick Wolf of "Law & Order" fame. Charlie Sheen was injured when a squib hardened overnight and was detonated at the wrong time. He suffered lacerations to his face and was knocked unconscious. He also received nine stitches, and was deaf in one ear for four weeks. This movie was also Brad Pitt's feature film debut. Even though he was uncredited, he was featured as a waiter in the final cut of the movie. Most people are probably glad this movie has made it's way into total obscurity. Well, except to guys like me that is......The music by "Blancmange" in the dance club scene is great. The film is scored by Basil Poledouris. Several obscure LA bands play in this and I have yet to find any recordings of some of the songs in the movie.

(NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS HERE, I OWN NOTHING FROM NML.)

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