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Love Walked In (1997)

R  |   |  Drama, Thriller  |  20 February 1998 (USA)
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Leary and Sanchez-Gijon play "romantically involved down-and-out lounge singers" who get involved in a caper.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Hanaway
Fred Moore
Vicky Rivas
Eddie Bianco
Cousin Matt
Mrs. Moore
Mr. Shulman
Ilm Zamsky
Jimmy McQuaid ...
Young Howard
Murphy Guyer ...
Howard's Boss
Paul Eagle ...
Fiddle Viracola ...
Aunt Ethel


A down-on-his-luck piano player (Denis Leary) at the Blue Cat Lounge is offered a chance to make some big money by a private detective friend (Michael Badalucco). All the piano player has to do is convince his sultry singer girl friend (Aitana Sanchez-Gijon) to seduce a multi-millionaire (Terrence Stamp), who has eyes for her. By getting photos of the two of them together, he will be able to get money from the wife, who would like to divorce him. Unfortunately the singer falls for the millionaire. The detective tries to call off the scam, but the pianist already has dollars floating before his eyes. The pianist also has dreams of being a writer. Throughout the film, a fictional sub-story flashes in as he writes about Cousin Matt (Danny Nucci), who is also seeking to escape his unpleasant existence. Of course events in the fiction coincides with the events the pianist is caught up in. Written by John Sacksteder <>

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Rated R for sexuality, language and some violence | See all certifications »





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All for Terence!
18 March 2003 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I didn't know anybody in this film except Terence Stamp who has such fantastic screen presence he can act in anything and hold a film together just by being there. I too kept thinking the female lead was Rosilinni or another Juliette Binoche wannabe. The whole sub-plot story was a stupid device that didn't work at all. Whaaaaa??? Whose brilliant idea was that? Back to Terence Stamp. I saw him years ago in Billy Budd and The Collector, then . . . . Terence for years. I just recently rediscovered him in several brilliant films -Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The Limey, and The Hit. You have to see these films. Terence is absolutely fantastic. I couldn't quite figure out what was so intriguing about him until I realized he just oozes a certain serenity and presence onthe screen, and then his voice has changed over the years. I've never heard a voice quite like his. And, as a woman, I think he is one of the most handsome men walking the face of the earth. I certainly hope he continues making films, and doesn't go into retirement now that he has married a 26 yr. old woman.

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