The Park Is Mine (1986 film)

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The Park Is Mine
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Genre Drama
Distributed by Astral Films
Directed by Steven Hilliard Stern
Produced by Denis Héroux
John Kemeny
Written by Stephen Peters (novel)
Lyle Gorch (screenplay)
Starring Tommy Lee Jones
Helen Shaver
Yaphet Kotto
Music by Christopher Franke
Edgar Froese
Paul Haslinger
(Tangerine Dream)
Cinematography Laszlo George
Editing by Ronald Sanders
Production company International Cinema
Ramble Film Productions
Country Canada
Language English
Original channel HBO
Release date 3 January 1986 (Canada)
Running time 102 minutes

The Park Is Mine, is a 1986 made-for-TV movie directed by Steven Hilliard Stern, starring Tommy Lee Jones as a Vietnam War veteran. Mitch (Jones) takes control of Central Park in New York City, in what some would call an act of domestic terrorism and what others might call anti-establishment, to honor those who died and served in the Vietnam War and draw attention to veterans' issues. The film is based on the 1981 novel of the same name (ISBN 978-0385159531) by Stephen Peters.


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