Three lives. Buffalo detective Lt. Cristofuoro, whose catatonic wife is in hospital, takes a special interest in Eric Komenko, a juvenile who killed his parents and will be freed on his 18th birthday. So has Lori Cranston, 15 or 16, her body fully developed and the object of lust by her boss and her mother's new boyfriend. She keeps a scrapbook about Eric, and when he's released from custody, she hides in the backseat of his car, insisting he take her with him on a trip toward Albany where he's planning to meet a girl. Cristofuoro is certain Eric will kill again, so he follows. It's clear early on that Cristofuoro's probably right, but what's Lori's motivation? Written by
The intimacy of the kill.
Did You Know?
Near the end when the Detective is sponging off his wife's dead body, she has bikini tan lines, which make no sense since she's been paralyzed in the hospital for a long time. See more
My wife likes to say there are two kinds of people, those chasing pleasure, and those running from pain. Lorelei Cranston is Running. Running from all kinds of everything. Probably has been her whole life.
If you ask me, nobody gets to escape their pain. It's there when you brush your teeth at night. It's there before breakfast. It will come up fierce and sharp, and lay in to you blunt and heavy. The most you can hope for is one good day. Because on a good day you get to tell ...
Today Has Been OK
Written by Emiliana Torrini
and Daniel De Mussenden Carey
Performed by Emiliana Torrini
Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
Courtesy of Rough Trade Records Ltd See more