House of Games (1987) dir. David Mamet

After agreeing to help a patient overcome a gambling debt, a prominent psychiatrist gets caught up in complex web of deceit in an underground bar called the House of Games.
The directorial debut of acclaimed American playwright and screenwriter David Mamet.
Intriguing and novel thriller, which builds tension and keeps the audience on edge until the very end.  An integral part of the conman/grifter crime genre.
Dominant neo-noir mood and excellent imagery. Psychological suspense at it’s best.

Cast: Lindsay Crouse, Joe Mantegna, Mike Nussbaum, J.T. Walsh

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093223/

House of Games

House of Games

Joe Mantegna and Lidsay Crouse

House of Games