Taglines: A comic fable about greed, lust and high-fashion footwear.
Kenny, a psycho-killer with mommy issues, Monte, a charming crooked cowboy & Maureen, Monte’s beautiful oversexed wife to be, steal some jewels and attempt to smuggle them across the border. But they had to hide them where else… in a horse. But Monte isn’t the sharing or the marrying type of person. To prove it, he saddles up, steals the horse and the jewels, & heads for his brother Buck’s ranch in Montana. When both Kenny & Maureen see that Monte ran off with the horse & jewels, they go after their partner in crime across the country in hot pursuit.
Cold Feet is a 1989 film directed by Robert Dornhelm. It stars Keith Carradine, Sally Kirkland, Tom Waits, Bill Pullman, Kathleen York, Macon McCalman, Vincent Schiavelli and Amber Bauer.
Producer Mary McLaglen started scouting locations in Montana for several days in May 1988. They choose the Livingston area because location manager Scott Elias said the film was written in mind. Sally Kirkland signed on to play the female lead character Maureen. Kirkland earned an Oscar nomination that same year for the film “Anna” before she signed on for this film.
Singer & songwriter Tom Waits, who appeared in “Ironweed”, signed on to play the psycho-killer Kenny. Other actors signed on including Keith Carradine as Monte, Kenny & Maureen’s partner in crime. Rip Torn as the Sherriff. And Bill Pullman as Buck Latham, Monte’s brother. Pullman co-owns a ranch with his brother in western Montana. He was a teacher at the Montana State University College in Bozeman at the time this was filmed.
Cold Feet (1989)
Directed by: Robert Dornhelm
Starring: Keith Carradine, Sally Kirkland, Tom Waits, Bill Pullman, Kathleen York, Macon McCalman, Vincent Schiavelli, Amber Bauer
Screenplay by: Thomas McGuane, Jim Harrison
Production Design by: Bernt Amadeus Capra
Cinematography by: Bryan Duggan, Karl Kofler
Film Editing by: David Rawlins
Costume Design by: Carol Wood
Art Direction by: Corey Kaplan
Music by: Tom Bähler
Distributed by: Avenue Pictures
Release Date: May 19, 1989