• Director

    Francis Ford Coppola

  • Producers

    Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Roos

  • Screenwriter

    Kathleen Rowell

  • With

    C Thomas Howell, Matt Dillon, Ralph Macchio

  • USA 1983. 114min

  • UK Distribution

    Studiocanal

  • Language

    English

  • Certificate

    12A

Coppola’s inspired adaptation of SE Hinton’s classic novel captures how it feels to be caught between childhood innocence and adulthood’s disillusionment, and he assembled an impressive and talented young cast: Dillon, Cruise, Estevez, Howell, Lane, Swayze, Lowe and Macchio. Set in a divided Tulsa, where teenage life is either experienced as the ‘socs’, who go to college, have cars and a future, and the ‘greasers’, who come from the wrong side of the tracks. When a soc is knifed, three greasers go on the run before returning home to negotiate a tenuous truce. The collaborative work of the young cast serves as a testament to the Coppola’s skill as director, making their struggle engaging and unforgettable.

We are pleased to announce Francis Ford Coppola will join us via Zoom for a Q&A after the film

Julie Pearce

Exclusive 4K restoration supervised by Francis Ford Coppola, graded at Roundabout Ent. in Burbank, managed, restored and finished by American Zoetrope.

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