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Two professionals, Jeff and Marty, take a business trip to the Philippines. Their deep dissatisfaction with their lives leads them to forsake their friends and families for a return to the alcohol and drug-induced wanderings of their youth. Written by
This feature should have been released theatrically in the USA. The sexual scene(s) was tastefully and artfully done. The Director, Roger Young did a wonderful job. Superb acting for Petersen and Cole, and all the cast including Terence Stamp. The location where the feature was shot was beautiful. I do not understand why this gem of a movie was kept a secret. The story is about a couple of middle class husbands, who did nothing but work, to provide wealth and material things for their wives and children. In the end these two men question themselves whether that is all they are supposed to be, cash cows for theirs families. What is the reward for working so hard? Their wives were still discontented? This movie is great!
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