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After a promising start, this independent film reverts to the disappointingly routine, the action being carried forward almost entirely by medium close-ups of the players. Still, the actors -- though unknown to me -- were extremely capable. Miss Seflinger was especially appealing. Her performance is incredibly natural and she doesn't seem the least bit camera-conscious. And there's also a very effective cameo by Lee Philips as a dispirited junkie. Admittedly, the film is rather talky, but the dialogue has a natural, realistic ring to it. As for the plot, the old odyssey formula binds it together quite forcefully.
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