Seattle: The grunge girl band "No Exits" is just about to get a record deal. At this time Jimmy is appearing again, the former boy-friend of the band guitarist Shelly. She had left him ...
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From the director of the highly acclaimed "Body Chemistry," comes a frightening excursion into terror. Alex is caught in a web of distrust between his brother, his best friend, a beautiful ... See full summary »
Seattle: The grunge girl band "No Exits" is just about to get a record deal. At this time Jimmy is appearing again, the former boy-friend of the band guitarist Shelly. She had left him because his friend had raped her. But he doesn't know that - up to now. Shelly has fallen in love with the band singer Suzy in the meantime. But she still loves Jimmy, too. So she moves to him again, what Suzy doesn't like that all. Especially because she is becoming a feminist. The conflict is about to threaten the band... Written by
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"Slaves to the Underground", a grungy and immature flick about some young Seattle slacker-types with issues, is unable to escape the naivete of the creative forces behind it. Built around a story about a sexually and otherwise confused girl with two lovers and no qualities which would explain one lover, this flick also makes shallow and off-target attempts at social commentary and is fraught with awful music. "Slaves...." underscores one axiom: A film can be no smarter than the people who make it. Not recommendable.
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