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Ray Manzarek, keyboardist for the legendary rock band, The Doors, co-wrote and directed this film, crediting the idea of this film to his former band mate, the one and only, Jim Morrison. See more »

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dear ray manzarek; please stick with making superlative music instead of directing.
18 August 2003 | by (manchester, england) – See all my reviews

as a devoted fan of 'the doors', i expected this interesting project would have been unique yet sadly the entire exercise is disappointing. adapted from an idea by legendary poet jim morrisson and directed by 'the doors' keyboard great mr. manzarek; the whole thing comes over as amateurish, poorly conceived, and dull. the acting by an admirably unknown cast is strictly on a daytime soap opera level, complete with dire improvisation and sadly poor, uninspiring direction from ray himself. the actual premise is promising; three mens' love for a young californian babe named madly ('love her madly', geddit?) and the inevitable repercussions that ensue would have indeed made great copy by a better script and proper filmmaker. the best thing about this is by far ray's music and a terrific cameo appearrance by the aforementioned keyboard great and poet micheal mcclure performing in a bar. i saw this on a region 2 dvd which also had a dreadful commentary by ray and the scriptwriter ("wow! isen't this movie great man?" "yeah, it's terrific ray!" ZZZZZZZZ) but the bonus material (the complete bar performance, music video and guided tour of venice beach in california by ray) are very good and are by far the main redeeming features. i couldn't help thinking that the whole thing would have been much better if it was a documentary about ray and his music instead.

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