When the owner of Hartman's Rock Club (Richard Chamberlain) falls ill, his estranged family swoops into town to sell the club and collect the money. What they don't expect is a full-scale ...
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When the owner of Hartman's Rock Club (Richard Chamberlain) falls ill, his estranged family swoops into town to sell the club and collect the money. What they don't expect is a full-scale neighborhood rebellion by the eccentric musicians, drunks and drag queens that frequent the club. Written by
This is an awesome movie with a strong message! The music is probably the most defining element of the film and it creates an unique atmosphere. I like it. All the actors are excellent. And Richard Chamberlain is surprisingly convincing in a role different from what he usually plays. It is certainly quite a contrast to see him and see such a major transformation on screen. We are far from Ralph de Bricassart! Once more he shows his great talent portraying a totally different character. The film is funny but there is a lot of tenderness and sensibility. I had the impression to be a member of the family during all the movie... Congratulations to everyone at Team Hartman!
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