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 <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
Despite the film's critical drubbing and commercial failure at the box-office the picture was still able to garner an Oscar nomination which was for Jane Fonda
for the Best Actress Academy Award but Fonda lost out to Marlee Matlin
for Children of a Lesser God
(1986). See more
The beat-up-but-running Chevrolet Bel-Air convertible that Jeff Bridges's Turner Kendall drives is a 1955 model, not 1956. See more
How can I be a bigot? I mean they're all full of ill will and malice. I just make observations.
Like "spade," "beaner," and "spic"?
That sounds like a law firm.
Featured in Los Angeles Plays Itself
Composed & performed by Wally Badarou
Courtesy of Island Visual Arts Records See more