What about The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico, originally billed as a "honky-tonkumentary"? Joe Leydon in Variety said it could stand to lose a third of its running time, but it did have "some modestly amusing snippets of on-target satire, along with a few hilarious episodes of self-parody by real-life pop and country music heavyweights." I'm not a fan of mockumentaries, but if you are, you might want to give it a chance. I also searched for information about 1968's Honor Among Thieves (AKA Farewell, Friend), directed by Jean Herman. Alain Delon and Charles Bronson star as two former members of the French Foreign Legion who end up cracking a safe. This is actually the one I'm most interested in, simply because I like the premise and the teaming of ultra-suave Delon and ultra-gruff Bronson. It was originally released on DVD in 1998; the new release is from Lionsgate and features Bronson alone on the cover. But if you're truly not in an action mood, I'm afraid there's not much for you this week on the indie side of the DVD aisle.
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