The Stunt Man opened to raves for its wily narrative and O’Toole’s messianic director. Its sly commentary on the blurred boundaries between movies and life became all the more striking at the dawn of the Reagan ’80s.

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Made two years before Rush found a studio to release it, The Stunt Man opened to raves for its wily narrative and O’Toole’s messianic director. Its sly commentary on the blurred boundaries between movies and life became all the more striking at the dawn of the Reagan ’80s.