Alex Sternberg wakes up with a hangover and no memory of how she ended up in bed with a dead man. She flees, convinced that she has had another blackout and stabbed someone. Her only support, Turner, an ex cop and recovering alcoholic who is unsympathetic to her plight. She could believe that it is as simple as a violent act committed while drunk, except that the body keeps re-appearing. Written by
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Part of a run of mid-1980s box-office flops for the film's director Sidney Lumet
which also included the same 1986 year's Power
(1986) and 1984's Garbo Talks
(1984). See more
After Turner and Viveca/Alex sleep together at his home, the newspaper she's reading jumps from her hands to the tabletop several times between shots. See more
Spades, uh, they spend disproportionately on their transportation - also in dressing their young.
What are you, the Klan anthropologist?
Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking
ADDICTED TO LOVE
Composed & performed by Robert Palmer
Courtesy of Island Records See more