"Homicide" is a 1991 movie written and directed by David Mamet. It was produced by Andy Armstrong, Matthew Carlisle, Michael Hausman, Edward R. Pressman and Ron Rotholz. It was created by Edward R. Pressman Film, Cinehaus and Bison Films.
"Homicide" stars Joe Mantegna, William H. Macy, Vincent Guastaferro and Jack Wallace. It tells the story of a Jewish detective falling in with a Zionist group while investigating a murder. It is 102 minutes long and is rated R for language and violence by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). It grossed just under $3 million at the box office.