Interesting story with a unique cast should have been so much better.
Found this film in the bargain bin at my local video store and decided to check it out for the cast. The plot synopsis on the box also sounded like something you don't see everyday. Unfortunately, though, the film moves at a snail's pace and some of the performances (especially William Hickey in one of his last roles) seemed patched together in a manner similar to Bela Lugosi in the film's of Ed Wood. My friends and I were tired and depressed by the time the end credits rolled--this despite the film's "uplifting" ending. Paging Dr. Kevorkian.
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