Terence Stamp goes to LA to avenge the death of his daughter, the leads point to Peter Fonda. Directed by Steven Soderbergh.
It's not quite Point Blank or Don't Look Now, but it's a pretty good film, an impressionistic style exercise, a dream memory mosaic. There are several 60s icons in the film, Stamp is glum, Fonda is cheerful, Stamp does the cockney rhyming thing, there's 60s music, there's nostalgia and disillusionment. Besides the non linear storytelling, the story itself is quite simple, unless I missed something. Stamp is very good. Headbutting is difficult if you wear glasses.
Top 5 Soderbergh films:
1. Out of Sight
2. Ocean's Eleven
4. The Limey