When aging, unsuccessful Greenwich Village writer Harry Levine is fired from his job as restaurant doorman, he calls on friend and mentor Jake, ostensibly to collect a long-standing debt. Harry takes the opportunity to solicits his opinion on his latest manuscript, a work of semi-fiction based on their longtime friendship. Although he initially denies having read it, Jake later attacks it on aesthetic grounds, and deep-seated feelings of betrayal and jealousy surface, resulting in a traumatic confrontation. Written by
There's a fine line between friendship and betrayal.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for language
Did You Know?
starred in the 1992 Broadway stage production of "Chinese Coffee". See more
Near the end of the film Harry is poured a full glass of seltzer with a lime in it by Barney. Although he does not touch it, the glass is empty when he gets up to leave. See more
There comes a point in life when one will no longer bow and scrape, doesn't there?
Air of Nobility
Written by Kathleen Crees (as K. Crees)
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