“Blind Fury” quotes

Movie Blind Fury
Phillip Noyce directed this movie in 1989
Title Blind Fury
Year 1989
Director Phillip Noyce
Genre Drama, Comedy, Crime, Thriller, Action
Plot – Blinded during a mission in the Vietnam war, American soldier Nick Parker is saved, given hospitality and looked after by simple people from a nearby village, and subsequently trained to use sounds, smells, tactile impressions to get by and be self-sufficient despite his severe handicap. Back in the US, Nick obstinately looks for Frank Deveraux, a fellow soldier and friend who had taken his distance from him - and perhaps not by chance - during the battle that caused his blindness. However, his friend had been kidnapped by the Mafia and forced to work in Reno in a chemical factory that produces drugs in order to save the life of his nine-year-old son Billy. Since Deveraux is reluctant to develop a particularly deadly drug mixture, the criminals decide to kidnap the boy, forcing Frank to do his job. Unaware of Frank's "situation", Nick happens to arrive at his friend's house in Miami right in the middle of the shooting organized by the pharmaceutical industry killers to kidnap the boy. Blindly brandishing his apparently harmless walking cane, which actually hides a very sharp knife, and with the help of his amazingly sharp senses and his extraordinary martial arts' skill learned in the Vietnamese village, Nick manages to exterminate the aggressors and save the boy. However, the boy's mother is mortally wounded in the shooting and asks Nick to take Billy to his father. Unexpectedly finding himself foster father to the young super-spoiled Billy, Nick, with his rough and sometimes unorthodox educational methods, manages to conquer the boy and to make him bold and strong-willed. Arriving with Billy in Reno after a series of spectacular adventures, Nick manages to free Frank and destroy the lab.
All actors – Rutger Hauer, Terry O'Quinn, Brandon Call, Noble Willingham, Lisa Blount, Nick Cassavetes, Rick Overton, Randall 'Tex' Cobb, Charles Cooper, Meg Foster, Shô Kosugi, Paul James Vasquez
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