Wambaugh hopes to win Miriam over again but her new charming boyfriend Hal stands in his way. Wambaugh gets suspicious of him when Hal suggests Miriam to let him invest her, Selma's and their friends' money.

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Wambaugh hopes to win Miriam over again but her new charming boyfriend Hal stands in his way. Wambaugh gets suspicious of him when Hal suggests Miriam to let him invest her, Selma's and their friends' money.

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12 June 1996 (USA)  »

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Detective film noir parody
21 July 2013 | by (London) – See all my reviews

Douglas Wambaugh visits his estranged wife Myriam ostensibly to get her to sign divorce papers, but with a secret plan to get her to reconsider their separation. The plan goes horribly wrong when he is introduced to Miriam's new boyfriend, a retired stockbroker from out of town. Wambaugh then finds out that most of his friends already new about the the relationship but were unwilling to inform him in order to spare his feelings from being hurt. He then develops a theory that the suitor is up to no good, so he launches his own investigation, seeking the assistance of Kenny, Kimberly and Carter. His suspicions cause his friends to question his mental health, suspecting that he may be suffering from senile dementia. This causes Wambaugh to tail Hal Klosterman (Myriam's suitor), leading to unforeseen revelations.


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