Betty has a crush on her tennis coach Mike. He keeps on promising to call, but never does - she doesn't know that he's a little dealer. After a failed deal in someone else's district he has to disappear for three months. He contacts Betty again, but she waits in vain - he's killed before they meet. Now she tries to find out what happened, asks around among his friends. This leads her right into the drug scenery. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
The mystery that led her into a world of incredible danger.
Did You Know?
While the film's test screening tested really poorly, Joe Jackson
's score was ultimately replaced by John Barry
before its new release date in 1984. However in a very strange occurrence, Joe Jackson's rejected score and the songs he wrote and were left in the final film, was released by A&M Records around 1983. This would mark a very rare occurrence in that film that was delayed without a release date would have a soundtrack released beforehand, let alone a rejected score. See more
Mike's cigarette changing of position in between shots during the car scene. First the cigarette is unlit in his mouth but during close-ups on his face the cigarette disappears, and when the camera changes to another position he's holding a half lit cigarette. See more
[Betty is on the phone with Mike
So you don't feel like coming up and swimming with me?
How about tomorrow night?
You know I can't plan that far in advance.
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