Silas Cooper plays a banker who has been quietly pulling off a white-collar crime for several years to finance his passion, collecting original costumes from famous movies. He gets interested in a pretty young girl he spies on in the apartment across the way. (She's played by Jennifer Starr, good as this film's femme fatale.) Trouble is, getting involved with her means getting involved with her boyfriend (Rupert Green), a menacing thug who pulls stick-ups and burglaries around town with impunity.
At the least this movie is not ordinary or predictable. Weighing the good with the bad, this one came out about average, but I felt it was worth 90 minutes of my time.
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