Al Pacino and Rober De Niro starred in “El Padrino: part II”, but they had never been together in the picture until the film “Fuego contra fuego”, which could be seen on the Netflix platform, was released.
“The result is a duel of legends, in a scene admired as one of the greatest acting chairs of all times. It is considered the best film by Michael Mann”, notes the portal Filmelier.com.
“Fuego contra fuego” has one of the most intense shootings that have already been put in the canvas and years since it influenced the other masterpiece: “El caballero de la night”, by Christopher Nolan, adds.
“Heat”, its English title, is based on the true story of Neil McCauley, a criminal and former prisoner of the Alcatraz prison who was tracked by detective Chuck Adamson in 1964.
? In 1961 McCauley was transferred from Alcatraz to McNeil, as mentioned in the film. When it was released in 1962, it immediately began to plan new docks.
The ex-convict Neil McCauley (De Niro) plans one last million-dollar coup to withdraw from criminal life.
Lieutenant Vincent Hanna (Pacino) of the robots and homicides division of the Los Angeles Police Department stands on Neil’s path and its next mooring.
Hanna and Neil are on the opposite sides of the law and both represent a major danger that they have faced before.
The film marks the first appearance on the canvas of Pacino and De Niro together after a period of acclaimed performances by both. Due to its esteemed reputation, the promotion was centered on its participation.
Heat debuted by Warner Bros. Pictures on December 15, 1995 and recalled 187 million in total, 1 with an assumption of 60 million dollars.
Only important awards are considered in the group of films that influence their gender.