David Dougan’s review published on Letterboxd:
‘It’s the kind of place nobody wants to go looking.’
An assassin, a banker, a terrorist and a thief walk into a South American hellhole, and the results are explosive!
Absolute mad lad William Friedkin puts Roy Scheider and friends through hell in the jungle, the bridge scene is extraordinary, Tangerine Dream’s score compliments the insane journey being undertaken in the film brilliantly, and the final music cue of the film is perfection.
Sorcerer is an elite piece of film-making.