Annie, in true noir fashion, fatalistically falls in love with a millionaire who is quite bewitched by another lover and is not afraid to show it. In flashback narrative Annie explains that she met ...
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I remember watching these episodes on Showtime, and I would have to say that they are pretty interesting. The one with Joe Montegna was really interesting. Gary Oldman had a good role in one of the episodes. Above all, I would give the entire shows combined together, 6.5 out of 10.
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