In downtown Manhattan, a twenty-something boy ('Chris Parker')whose Father is not around and whose Mother is institutionalized, is a big Charlie Parker fan. He almost subconsciously searches for more meaning in his life and meets a few characters along the way.
Did You Know?
The book Allie gives Leila is "Maldoror and Poems" by Lautreamont (Penguin Classics 1978), one of the earliest surrealist stories. See more
When Allie reads to Leila from the book, he does not read continuously but instead takes snippets from the text, skipping sentences as he does. See more
Where have you been? I haven't seen you since Thursday.
Walking, just walking around. I can't seem to sleep at night, not in this city.
Doesn't seem like you sleep at all.
Well, I have my dreams while I'm awake.
Referenced in Brows Held High: Dead Man
Up There in Orbit
Written and Performed by Earl Bostic See more