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Janna Lisa Dombrowsky,
Olive has been having a rough time ever since her husband killed her lover and then committed suicide. Now her co-workers are talking about her, someone is following her, and someone keeps breaking into her apartment. The police don't take her seriously. Written by
Greg Mintz <GM.Augusta@worldnet.att.net>
Director James Merendino said he was "pouring philosophy" into the film. "The movie is about passive aggressive misogyny destroying femininity in this country. It's said very subtly. In the end I think it's a misanthropic film." See more »
I got hold of this film on DVD with the title Evil Never Sleeps, it gives front cover billing to Carrie Ann Moss, but she plays such a minor character that I didn't really notice her in the film.
I'm afraid that I consider this one of the worst purchases I have ever made. The dialogue was stilted and the delivery wooden, I found the acting to be disconnected from the plot. Graham's performance to me was of someone who's wondering whether she's left the gas on at home.
All in all both my wife and I found this film painful to watch, and it is not a valuable addition to my collection, watch it at your peril, but spending 90 minutes having your fingernails pulled out would probably be a better way to spend your time.
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