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Midnight Cabaret (1990)
I loved Michael Des Barres and the ambiguity
Anyone who is a fan of Michael Des Barres' darker roles should see this -- It's as if they combined Murdoc from Cleo Rocks, Malcolm Graves from Ghoulies, the Blue Moon Killer from The Pretender, the Dark Priest from Charmed, and some LSD for good measure.
Don't let the cut-and-dried review on the back of the box fool you, however. The film weaves dreams, real-life, and Cabaret theater scenes together in such a way that you won't quite know what's what by the end, and that's a good thing.
My one complaint is that the leading lady is a bit flat in her role, but Des Barres more than compensates for her lack of screen presence.