While this film would never rate consideration at Oscar season, it is a low-low-budget film that has its moments. Directed by Ken Harrison, the film has a certain hometown charm, set in the Deep Ellum district of Dallas, Texas.
The story explores the relationship between three good friends that gets torn apart through various subplots. Although the main plot never reaches fever pitch, the final scene is not your typical Hollywood ending.
Good performances from Robert Prentiss, Barri Murphy and Bill Bolender. This movie deserves the opportunity to explore the DVD market. I would like to see the film re-released in the secondary market. Even though it might end up in the $5.00 bin, there are several movies there already that would it would upstage.
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