Fortieth Clint Eastwood’s movie, Cry Macho is the adaptation of the novel of the same name by N. Richard Nash, published in 1975. It was in 1988 that the filmmaker mentioned for the first time the possibility of directing the feature film. However, the start of the project of The Dead Pool prevents it from tackling it. In 1991, the filming of Cry Macho begins with in the main role Roy Scheider, the star of Jaws. Multiple problems arise and production stops. The film will never be finished. In 2003, as he was preparing to become governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that Cry Macho would be the first film he would shoot at the end of his term. The director Brad Furman is then attached to the project. Yet then again, Cry Macho does not materialize. We finally have to wait until the fall of 2020 to see Clint Eastwood return to Cry Macho. Shot under strict security conditions, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the film was completed in just 46 days.
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