The Brave One Release Date: September 14, 2007 Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Director: Neil Jordan Screenwriter: Cynthia Mort, Neil Jordan Starring: Jodie Foster, Terrence Howard, Naveen Andrews, Mary Steenburgen Genre: Psychological Thriller MPAA Rating: R (for strong violence, language and some sexuality) Official Website: TheBraveOne.com
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Plot Summary: New York radio host Erica Bain (Jodie Foster) has a life that she loves and a fiancé she adores. All of it is taken from her when a brutal attack leaves Erica badly wounded and her fiancé dead. Unable to move past the tragedy, Erica begins prowling the city streets at night to track down the men she holds responsible. Her dark pursuit of justice catches the public's attention, and the city is riveted by her anonymous exploits. But with the NYPD desperate to find the culprit and a dogged police detective (Terrence Howard) hot on her trail, she must decide whether her quest for revenge is truly the right path, or if she is becoming the very thing she is trying to stop.— More here
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Were their kneecaps about to be broken?
New York Magazine
What could impel Jodie Foster and director Neil Jordan to whisk us back to the bad old days of Death Wish and Ms. 45? Were their credit cards maxed out?