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This 1995 film by Michael Mann is considered a quintessential cops-and-robbers epic. We look at Mann's attention to detail and his attempt at authenticity in light of the movie's influence on audiences, filmmakers, and real-life criminals.
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- Interview w/ Eliot Goldenthanl
- Michael Mann Launches Book Imprint; ‘Heat’ Prequel Novel A Priority
- Life imitates art in Colombia robbery
- The long warm-up to Heat
- Crime in the emptiness of Los Angeles
- Why Is Heat So Great? Let’s Ask Michael Mann.
- What Michael Mann Changed, and What He Didn’t, for the Anniversary Edition of Heat
- Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’: A Complex, Stylistically Supreme Candidate for One of the Most Impressive Films of the Nineties
- The Loneliness Of Los Angeles In Michael Mann's 'Heat'
- 10 Intense Behind-The-Scenes Facts About Heat
- Michael Mann eyes 'Heat 2' film as book nears completion
- Decades Later, Viewers Still Feel The 'Heat' For Michael Mann's 1995 LA Crime Saga
- REVISITING THE L.A. OF ‘HEAT’ 24 YEARS LATER WITH THE ICONIC CRIME DRAMA’S LOCATION MANAGER
- La Story: The Making of Michael Mann’s “Heat” – by Tom Ambrose [Empire]
- Michael Mann on ‘Heat,’ 22 Years Later: What We’ve Learned from His Recent Interviews