The classic sleeper The Stunt Man (1980) is a surreal look at movie making, as fugitive Steve Railsback lucks into work as a stuntman on a WWII epic directed by loony Peter O’Toole. The director has an obsession with realism, though, and Railsback grows convinced that he’s been hired on to provide a very authentic death scene. He can’t just ditch the production, though, since he’s busy doing his own stunts between the sheets with leading lady Barbara Hershey. You can’t tell what’s real and what’s staged--except, of course, when it comes to Barbara’s womanly bod. That’s definitely the real thing.