Peacock Blues (1996)

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Wendy Cutler
Caitlin McLean
Danny Romo
Sara Rubenstein
Sarah Stanley
Daniel Villarreal
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Sweet, interesting, and nicely paced
26 February 1999 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

A tautly written short film with some nice performances by Poppy Montgomery and William Forsythe. Forsythe catches the right tone as an ex-con looking to turn his talent as an artist (tattoos) into a break, and chooses Montgomery as his canvas for the big competition. Montgomery is both sexy and spunky as she literally risks her hide to earn a couple of extra dollars. The tattoo convention scenes are nice, and Forsythe, a terrific and underrated actor, and Montgomery catch the right chemistry with their swift banter from Cutler and Rubenstein's script. An entertaining and well-spent half-hour. If it happens to flash by while you're sitting on the couch, it's definitely worth the time.


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