A meek word processor in New York impulsively travels downtown to Soho for date with an attractive, but apparently disturbed young woman, and finds himself trapped in a nightmarishly surreal vortex of improbable coincidences and farcical circumstances.Written by
When Neil and Pepe emerge from June's underground apartment, a street sign directly behind them says Spring St. According to Kiki, Club Berlin is on the corner of West Broadway and Grand, several blocks south of Spring. See more »
[Paul and Lloyd in front of a computer terminal]
Alright, punch. Punch it in.
Okay, let's, first of all, refresh the screen here. Alright, and go into "format ruler".
[Lloyd punches at the keyboard]
All right. Now, file?
[presses a key]
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The closing credits are displayed over a moving shot of Paul's office, during which more and more employees show up for work. When the camera passes Paul's desk again, he has disappeared. See more »
A great film, Scorcese is for me the best director of all time but we never hear of this film... We should because it's a film that even if your not a Scorcese fan, you would love it. It's entertaining all along.
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