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Other times there's a scene or two that seem unneeded or a little oddly put in, like an inexplicable scene where a transvestite comes to call at Charlie's place to proposition the ladies, I think, only to get swindled again by the Charlie and Bill.
Such scenes though are meant for simple character lift, albeit not totally satisfying when compared to other scenes.
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By the end, however, there's something about the gambler's life that is left on a bittersweet note.
The two lead males are contrasted against actresses Ann Prentiss and Gwen Welles, who are not really elaborated on much as characters aside from being possible hustlers or prostitutes of some sort.
Two convicts break out of Mississippi State Penitentiary in 1936 to join a third on a long spree of bank robbing, their special talent and claim to fame. See full summary » A fictionalized former President Richard M.California Split provides a couple of stellar performances through Robert Altman's direction.George Segal, who is an actor I'm not too familiar with (I never watched the TV show ' Just Shoot Me' or his other 70s movies), but here is very believable as the down-on-his-luck Bill Denny, a sometimes magazine writer who can be spotted at the track or in a poker room more often than in his office.But to see an Altman film, any Altman film, is to see a piece of what Altman at the 2006 Oscars called "one very long body of work." In viewing California Split, I'm reminded as well of how substance, in a matter of speaking, trumps style.It's not that Altman doesn't have some kind of distinct visual style, in general I mean (it becomes, truth be told, more distinct in Nashville and 3 Women).Nixon offers a solitary, stream-of-consciousness reflection on his life and political career - and the "true" reasons for the Watergate scandal and his resignation.A down on his luck gambler links up with free spirit Elliot Gould at first to have some fun on, but then gets into debt when Gould takes an unscheduled trip to Tijuana.As a final act of desperation, he pawns most of his possessions and goes to Reno for the poker game of a lifetime.A film set mainly in casinos and races, as the two win and lose (but mainly win), get robbed, and get blind drunk.There's even a touching, ironic scene where Welles tries to seduce Segal, but to no avail on either side.Even in the quiet scenes with the main characters, Altman and writer Walsh are adept to make these characters seem always believable, even in their seedy, desperate mannerisms and leaps of thought.