Ali is a young Egyptian screenwriter determined to succeed in London, where he has been a student. He loves the artistic and political freedom, the colours, the music, the individualism. ... See full summary »
Continuing the story of Aurora Greenway in her latter years. After the death of her daughter, Aurora struggled to keep her family together, but has one grandson in jail, a rebellious ... See full summary »
A brooding self-styled swinger obsessed with things from the 1950's loses himself in booze and night clubbing amongst similar other men. Meanwhile he pines for the woman he really loves, ... See full summary »
Towards the end of the movie when Claire is running along the road, the shadows on the ground are initially from the right, then with the patrol car the shadows are from the left and finally with Claire and the cop talking, the shadows are from the right again. See more »
Will you lock the door on your way out?
April, this is my house.
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Written by Joseph Arthur
Performed by Joseph Arthur See more »
The plotline of the movie was tried & true, I guess that's why we have another one. The characters all seemed to muddle along...I kind of wanted them to show off their weirdness a little more. The best scene was when the brother (Jason?) tells off April in the club -- very well done!
But I still have a few questions.. That bruise on April's head...I thought that was Karposi Sarcoma (sp?), one of the precursors of the AIDS virus. It would make sense.
At what point did Chad fall out of love w/ Claire? I feel like I missed something...though I rewound that part of the movie a few times.
The ending was predictable..but was anyone in the house?
I agree w/ one of the reviewers on here, who said the movie should've been titled "Burned". I think the version I saw was called "Some Girls" but dont quote me on that -- I just set the VCR to tape after I read the description..
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