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The Hustler is a American drama film directed by Robert Rossen from Walter Tevis's novel of the same name, adapted for the screen by Rossen and.
Description:Comments 0 Two men, one older and one younger, walk into pool hall in midtown Manhattan and take in the place. Where Eddie originally sees salvation, retribution, and vindication, he comes to find only heartbreak, humiliation, pain, corruption, and death, not so much from the game itself as from the glory that the sport offers to those who have a talent for it. Scott , the dark figure perched behind Fats as the game goes on, while Eddie himself goes after a girl he meets at the local bus station. Weeks later, Eddie and Sarah are living together, drowning in booze and in need of money. Following his recuperation, Eddie agrees to go on the road with Bert on the sole condition that Sarah accompany them to Louisville, where Bert has located a sure bet with a drunk, flamboyant Southern heir Murray Hamilton, conveying delirious abandon and helplessness with precise subtlety who likes to go slumming with criminals, gamblers, musicians, and loose women. Bert knows that by controlling Eddie, with money and the promise of cheap glory, that he has some, if not full, control over Sarah, and when he calls upon that control in full force, the results are of the most tragic sort, ending in a scene of immense grief and dismay, emotions so hefty that the cinema has rarely seen fit to touch them with such odd purity as Rossen has here.