This is the story of American jazz pianist Joe Warren on an odyssey touring through England where old ghosts come back to haunt him as he haunts dives, pubs and cheap B&Bs. Elliott Gould is first-rate as the sardonic, philosophical jazzman and Geraldine James deftly plays his long-suffering keeper and reluctant ex-singer. This very entertaining little movie is also a must-see for Ewan MacGregor fans who shines in a pre-Trainspotting role. Though the film may lag a bit in places, it never falls into sentimentality, and of course, the music is great.
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