Horace, a New York City down-on-his-luck writer, meets and finds love with a waifish young woman, named Jane, whom he shacks her up in his tiny apartment room and asks her to pose as a model for some creative death scene photos. But Horace's nowhere job and Jane's drug addiction threaten the union between them, until he moves himself and her to Atlantic City to start over and try to help her overcome her addictions. With that all looks well and upbringing for Jane and Horace... so it seems. Written by
Calista Flockhart is an interesting actress, but she can't carry this weak piece of film. It's too long on angst, and short on plot. It looks slapped together, and it has no hook at all. Nice to see Calista out of her Ally McBeal persona, but you wish for more.
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