Reach the Rock
|Reach the Rock|
|Directed by||William Ryan|
|Produced by||John Hughes|
|Written by||John Hughes|
|Distributed by||Gramercy Pictures|
|Release dates||October 16, 1998 (USA)|
|Running time||100 minutes|
A small town troublemaker (Alessandro Nivola), directionless and alienated, ends up spending a night in a jail cell, where he and the police chief (William Sadler) engage in a battle of wills and wit.
- William Sadler as Quinn
- Alessandro Nivola as Robin
- Bruce Norris as Ernie
- Karen Sillas as Donna
- Norman Reedus as Danny
The soundtrack featured a compilation of Chicago-based Post-Rock artists, among them Tortoise and associated acts Bundy K. Brown, The Sea and Cake and John McEntire. It was released on Hefty Records, a label owned and operated by John Hughes III, the son of Reach the Rock screenwriter John Hughes.
The film gets its title from a song, by the band Havana 3am.
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