Fresh out of prison, Wilson (Stamp), an older ex-convict, travels from Britain to Los Angeles in search of the man he is sure murdered his daughter Jenny. Wilson, a streetwise Cockney criminal, is totally out of his element in southern California culture, but he gets help from a friend of Jenny's, another ex-con named Eduardo Roel (Guzman), as well as Jenny's acting teacher, an aging actress called Elaine (Warren). Wilson's prime suspect is a record producer named Valentine (Fonda), with whom Jenny had been sleeping. The guy who does his dirty work, Avery (Newman), has recently arranged a drug deal with his boss, and can see Wilson is big trouble, so he hires a hit man to take the limey out. This 1999 Steven Soderbergh movie is about regret, failed duties, and men who talk big but are past their prime versus a man who has been sharpened to a knife point by prison.
The review of this Movie prepared by David Loftus
Based on a screenplay directly written for the screen by Lem Dobbs, THE LIMEY is a movie directed by Steven Soderbergh in 1999.
This is the story of a search. Terence Stamp, a british ex-convict, has just arrived in Los Angeles. His only daughter has died in an automobile accident. He's persuaded that she's been murdered and that Peter Fonda, a pop music producer, has something to do with her death. His unique british way of dealing with americans is a huge advantage for him and he soon discovers that Terry Valentine's got some connections with the L.A. underworld.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler