Road to Perdition
|Road to Perdition|
|Directed by||Sam Mendes|
|Produced by|| Joan Bradshaw|
Walter F. Parkes
Richard D. Zanuck
|Written by|| Max Allan Collins|
Richard Piers Rayner (creators)
|Starring|| Tom Hanks|
|Music by||Thomas Newman|
|Cinematography||Conrad L. Hall|
|Editing by||Jill Bilcock|
|Distributed by|| 20th Century Fox|
Road to Perdition is a 1998 graphic novel by Max Allan Collins and Richard Piers Rayner. It was published by Paradox Comics, part of DC Comics.
It is a fairly bleak, brutal story about a boy named Michael Sullivan (Tyler Hoechin), whose father (Tom Hanks) is a gangster. He journeys with his father on a quest for revenge.
It was filmed in 2002, starring Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Jude Law and Tyler Hoechin as Michael. It won an Oscar for cinematography and was nominated for five other ones. The film was understandablu rated R for violence and language. It is not suitable for family viewing.