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Two old friends who have been apart for years are brought back together; unfortunately it's by their love for the same woman.

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Heather Anderson
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Shoop Summers
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Kenny Curtis (as Mister Jones)
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Hospital Patient
Kandie Delley ...
Legal Assistant
Aileen Ford ...
Jazz Musician
Terry L. Harris ...
Johnson
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Ramirez
Larry Purtell ...
Night Club Patron
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Deanna Abdul-Hamid
Cameron Smith ...
Adam Goodnight
Sally Stratso ...
Angry Woman in Bar
Craig Taylor ...
Day Player
David Turner ...
Waiter
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Two old friends who have been apart for years are brought back together; unfortunately it's by their love for the same woman.

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A sizzling night of cool jazz

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Rated R for drug use and language
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23 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Nia Peeples more beautiful than ever
14 March 2005 | by (Kansas City, MO) – See all my reviews

As Ms Peeples ages, her beauty is maturing and she is rapidly becoming one of the most attractive and accomplished leading ladies of the industry. The plot is interesting enough to keep you watching and intricate enough to keep you guessing. The music is smooth and mellow. For those who love smooth jazz, Bob Baldwin and Joe McBride on keyboard and Marion Meadows on sax contribute to a soundtrack which is compelling and sweet. I loved this movie. It is a refreshing change from action and chases and guns. The New Orleans locations gave the story a feel and look of authenticity which also contributes to the jazz atmosphere. A couple of intriguing plot twists at the end keep you guessing until the last scene.


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