The Incident

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After mugging a helpless old man, switchblade-wielding punks Martin Sheen and Tony Musante take over a subway car, terrorizing its occupants. In Stagecoach fashion, all the best and worst qualities of the passengers are brought to the surface by the presence of danger.


Tony Musante
as Joe Ferrone
Beau Bridges
as PFC Felix Teflinger
Martin Sheen
as Artie Connors
Jack Gilford
as Sam Beckerman
Brock Peters
as Arnold Robinson
Ruby Dee
as Joan Robinson
Thelma Ritter
as Bertha Beckerman
Ed McMahon
as Bill Wilks
Diana Van der Vlis
as Helen Wilks
Mike Kellin
as Harry Purvis
Jan Sterling
as Muriel Purvis
Gary Merrill
as Douglas McCann
Robert Fields
as Kenneth Otis
Robert Bannard
as PFC Phillip Carmatti
Victor Arnold
as Tony Goya
Donna Mills
as Alice Keenan
Kathleen Smith
as Wilks' Daughter
Henry Proach
as Derelict
Neal Hynes
as Change Booth Attendant
Ben Levi
as Man Who Gets Mugged
Martin Meyers
as Poolhall owner
Don de Leo
as Mr. Carmatti
Nina Hansen
as Mrs. Carmatti
John Servetnik
as Bartender
Ray Cole
as Young Man No. 1
Barry del Rae
as Young Man No. 2
Nico Hartos
as Policeman
Maxine McCrey
as Black Woman
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Critic Reviews for The Incident

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (1) | Fresh (6) | Rotten (1)

Audience Reviews for The Incident

  • Nov 18, 2011
    Then newcomers Tony Musante and Martin Sheen are splendid as the couple of hedonists who give an unforgettable night in NYC subway to other, so called normal, but colourful variety of people only trying to get back home. This subway car carries more than just people, all the prejudices of race, sex, and economical condition,its air is stuffed by a sudden calamity, the tension is real, is palpable, it feels like a time bomb. If it had been directed by a household name in suspense/sociological dramas like Sidney Lumet, this would be more regarded nowadays for what it really is. A bold, tight, raw study of characters, about the apathy of city people, unable or simply uncaring to give each other a hand in moments of dispair.
    Pierluigi P Super Reviewer

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