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To Live and Die in L.A. (1985) is an American neo-noir thriller film directed by William Friedkin and based on the novel written by former Secret Service agent Gerald Petievich, who co-wrote the screenplay with Friedkin. The film features William Petersen, Willem Dafoe, and John Pankow, among others. Wang Chung composed and performed the original music soundtrack. The film tells the story of the lengths to which two Secret Service agents go to arrest a counterfeiter. Richard Chance and Jimmy Hart are United States Secret Service agents with the Treasury Department, assigned as counterfeit investigators in its Los Angeles field office. Chance has a reputation in the department for reckless behavior and we find out that his partner is three days away from retirement. Alone, Hart stakes out and investigates a warehouse in the desert thought to be a print house of expert counterfeiter Rick Masters. After Hart is killed by Masters and his bodyguard, Chance explains to his new partner, John...
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