The Incident 1967
In The Incident, we are quickly introduced to two young thugs (debut performances from Martin Sheen and Tony Musante, both of whom had until then been working extensively in television) who roll a man in an alley using unnecessary violence for their own amusement, then head for the subway. A quick series of vignettes introduce a cross section of ordinary New Yorkers – bickering couples, young lovers, a black couple, an alcoholic desperate to stay off the bottle and get his job back, a homosexual, a pair of soldiers on leave and a drunk sleeping it off in a subway car. All of these people eventually end up sharing the same late night subway car, just wanting to get home; and then the two punks get on board and begin to amuse themselves by harassing everyone. They seize on the passengers' most obvious fears (sexuality, race, age) & strip away every illusion of pride or courage in all but one person.

BD50 | 1080p AVC | 01:39:31 | 26.7 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English

Director: Larry Peerce
Cast: Tony Musante, Martin Sheen, Beau Bridges
Country: USA
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

-- Audio commentary with director Larry Peerce and film historian Nick Redman
-- Isolated Music & Effects Track
-- Theatrical Trailer