The Fury / Furie / La furia (1978) DVD9
While vacationing in the Middle East, government agent Peter (Douglas) and his psychokinetic son Robin (Stevens) are attacked by Iranian terrorists. Peter just barely escapes the attack, while Peter's supposed friend Childress (Cassavetes), also a government agent, whisks Robin away.

After the attack, the government kidnaps Robin for testing on his kinetic "powers." Peter is able to dodge the government muscle and plans on finding Robin, no matter what the cost. However, he needs help. Discovering that there is another person out there with the same powers as his son, Peter thinks that this may be his answer. Enter Gillian (Irving), a cute teenage girl with the same psychic abilities as Robin. These powers include (but are not limited to) seeing into the past and present, dismantling machinery with the mind, and making people bleed profusely. Gillian has been sent to stay with a doctor (Durning) who specializes in kinetic mind powers. There Gillian and her mother hope to better understand the teenage girl's unique and potentially dangerous powers.

Lucky for Peter, he knows Hester (Carrie Snodgrass, The Forsaken), a co-worker at the same place Gillian is staying. With Hester's assistance, Peter is convinced he can use Gillian's help in tacking down his lost son…before it's too late!

DVD9 | NTSC 16:9 | 01:57:49 | 7.73 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English, Francais
Subtitles: English, Espanol
Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Director: Brian De Palma
Cast: Kirk Douglas, John Cassavetes, Carrie Snodgress, Amy Irving, Andrew Stevens, Charles Durning
Country: USA

• Six Theatrical Trailers
• Stills Gallery

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