Diana is a troubled, bulimic socialite who lives with her loving husband and shoplifts to get herself off. Julie is an unstable, homeless rape victim who lives with a corrupt priest and steals to survive. They form an uneasy friendship.

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Diana Allen
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Morgan Allen
Brett Snell ...
Ben
Christine Terrell ...
Jane
Julie R. Lee ...
Fiona (as Julie Lee)
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Father Mario
Dana Seltzer ...
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Wendy Laman ...
Gabby
Dan Tucker ...
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Ellen McQueen ...
Mrs. Burnham
James Mayberry ...
Eddy
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Diane Cardea ...
Policeman #2
Bart Hansard ...
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Diana is a troubled, bulimic socialite who lives with her loving husband and shoplifts to get herself off. Julie is an unstable, homeless rape victim who lives with a corrupt priest and steals to survive. They form an uneasy friendship.

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A socialite. A runaway. A fatal meeting. One thing in common

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Rated R for language and some sexuality and violence | See all certifications »
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Angel Blue
Performed by Jackson Claypool
Written by Ron Aniello and Phill Kennard
Published by Mike Curb Music (BMI)
Licensed from Curb Records, Inc
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Shallow characters behaving inexplicably strangely
9 November 2000 | by (Houston) – See all my reviews

I am a big fan of Patsy Kensit. I know a lot less about Amy Irving. Both are beautiful actresses playing unflattering, if not ugly, roles here. They do both have brief nude scenes in this film, however. Those are the highlights. This is basically not a very good movie. It seems that it maybe could have been, but the opportunity was lost. One never comes to care about any of the characters. There is some early exposition that is supposed to let us know why these people behave the way they do, but even so, the characterizations are very shallow. I'm guessing that the actors all did what they could with a poor script.


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