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A rare occasion here, Steckler being semi-serious.
His attempt to make a classic P.I. film succeeds admirably. That said, he didn't avoid humor either.
This had it all, cynical statements, dry narration, a dame that's 'not afraid to let you know what a rotten night's sleep she's had.' A low budget version of the 40's films. He even did a direct homage to 'Breathless.'
Tension built slowly but never really took off. That didn't hurt the film in any way though. Steckler has this gift. You just want to stick around and see what's next.
And he did play the role well.
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