When his wife unexpectedly informs him that she wants a divorce, well-meaning but oblivious husband Otto Wall finds himself thrust back into bachelorhood, where he searches for the real thing amidst a string of one night stands.
After the mysterious murder of the business beauties Julie Clark main suspect becomes her colleague, a young architect Jim Corrigan. A veteran detective Grabovsky stubbornly explores the ... See full summary »
Saw this film at the 2001 "scream fest" in LA. How the hell this film ever got on TV is beyond me. Such a badly acted, cheese story and nothing in terms of excitement or gore. The film (I think) went onto win the festival awards for "best film" ?? How? it's a short and not a very good one at that?? Trust me on this one guys, this film aggravated me more then it entertained me (along with that entire scream fest festival BTW) the director totally blew the chance to save the film and wasted great actors he got to do cameos and it was a very bad move casting himself in the lead. The good I can say about it: Very well shot. The DP obviously knows what he was doing and used what little recourse to do his job well. The cameos in the film are great, but as I said, wasted. I think the director Jeff Rictor tried to make a fun little twilight zone type of film but it was just a bit out of his talent range. Beter luck next time.
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