Diablo is a biker gang leader executed for the murder of a young woman. A year after his death, it's time for Spring Break. Football players Skip and Ronnie head to the beach, where Skip ... See full summary »
Nicolas De Toth,
Sonny Steele used to be a rodeo star, but his next appearance is to be on a Las Vegas stage, wearing a suit covered in lights, advertising a breakfast cereal. When he finds out they are ... See full summary »
When Ed Neilson's entire family is viciously murdered, he pleads with retired CIA operative Duke Smith (Robert Conrad) to investigate. He refuses, but relents after Neilson too meets an ... See full summary »
Claire Felicen as Art Director for 'Desire' - was nominated for Best Art Direction at the Metro Manila Film Festival - 1982. This was her first art direction (and the last as she left the movie industry and migrated to the US in 1985.) She is honored and proud of this nomination. She is greatly thankful that her effort and hard work on this movie was appreciated and recognized by the festival's awarding committee. Most of all, she is truly thankful to the film's director and producer, Mr. Eddie Romero for allowing her take on this challenge despite her not having experience in Art Direction. Mr. Romero must have recognized her intense love of film-making that he gave this task to her. This movie had a cast of professional artists and was released in the Philippines and in the US. "Desire" was also an entry in the Los Angeles Film Festival.
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