Joey works with Rosalie in their pizza parlor. She is convinced that he works all of the time for them and her world dissolves when she finds that he has been fooling around for years. Being Catholic, divorce is out of the question, so she and her mother and her best friend decide to kill him. Hopelessly incompetent as killers, they hire incompetent professionals as they beat, poison, and shoot Joey who remains oblivious to their attempts. Written by
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An unbelievable story that's incredibly true.
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Following the completion of location work, the company returned to Hollywood to film the interior of the Boca household and smaller sets on soundstages at Raleigh Studios. The home decorating in the Boca household, as envisioned by Lilly Kilvert
, reflects Rosalie Boca's (Tracey Ullman
's) state of mind. Kilvert said: "Rosalie did not have a plan, nothing quite fits together. She's so busy trying not to see what's actually happening in her life, that her projects don't work out. The tilting teacup wallpaper in her kitchen is like a metaphor for Rosalie, she's piling up all these teacups, hoping that they won't fall over." See more
When Joey is walking into the Police Station near the end of the movie to drop the charges against his wife and the others, he is wearing black trousers, but while he is talking to detectives Schooner and Wiley they are light colored. See more
This is only two hun'erd. We was promised five.
For killing him five, for wounding him two.
You wanted me to shoot him so I shot him.
You woke him up! What good is that?
Written and Performed by Lucio Dalla
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