A car thief and a punk rocker fall in love as they become embroiled in deaths attributed to an aphrodisiac.
Since 8:00, Joey's been stabbed, chased, followed by the cops, made love to, and accused of murder. It's 8:45.
13 September 1991 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Blood and Concrete, a Love Story
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Opening Weekend USA: $2,185,
15 September 1991, Limited Release
Gross USA: $8,780
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When Hank Dick (Darren McGavin) takes the hot dog from Joey Turks (Billy Zane), it has a bite taken off of one end, even though Joey has not yet taken a bite (and the fact that it has a bite off one end appears to be deliberately concealed by the wrapper and its handling, but becomes apparent as soon as Hank picks it up). Hank then takes a bite off the other end, so that it has a bite taken off of both ends. In the next shot, Hank is holding a complete hot dog that has had no bites taken off of it. In the next shot, Hank is holding a hot dog with a bite off of only one end and he is chewing that bite. These shots appear to have been placed out of sequence in the film. See more
Joey, you are the boss now, not me. Use your goddamn head.
One Girl in a Million
Performed by Jennifer Beals See more