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Love Is a Gun (1994)

A photographer who's afraid he's slowly losing his grip on reality is seduced by a disturbed married model. She claims it's their destiny to be together. Her husband disagrees. The photographer starts having a strange feeling of deja vu.

Director:

David Hartwell

Writer:

David Hartwell
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Roberts ... Jack Hart
Kelly Preston ... Jean Starr
Eliza Roberts ... Isabel
R. Lee Ermey ... Frank Deacon
Joseph Sirola ... Al Kinder
John Toles-Bey ... Jay Liebowitz
Jack Kehler ... Boots Tynan
Harvey Vernon ... The Watchmaker
Joan Stuart Morris Joan Stuart Morris ... Woman Detective
Peter Pit Peter Pit ... Dieter
Darryl Fong ... Joseph Lee
Marshall Bell ... Jean's Husband
Grant Cramer ... Claudio / Soap Opera Player Grant
Homeselle Joy Homeselle Joy ... Huge Woman (as Homselle Joy)
Frank Di Paolo Frank Di Paolo ... Cop at Tenement
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A photographer who's afraid he's slowly losing his grip on reality is seduced by a disturbed married model. She claims it's their destiny to be together. Her husband disagrees. The photographer starts having a strange feeling of deja vu.

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In Jack's car when Jean's husband walks away from him. See more »

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Eric Roberts fans avoid this like you would a rabid dog .....
4 November 2010 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

I am always interested in seeing interesting actors like Eric Roberts, and will seek out his most obscure films. "Love is a Gun" certainly is obscure, and there is good reason why, it is beyond bad. The entire film can only be described as unwatchable, because of nightmare sequences, flashback sequences, and a totally contrived ending. You have seen Eric Roberts play the same crazed character in far better movies, where at least some things made sense. Nothing makes sense in "Love is a Gun", and R. Lee Ermey seems embarrassed to be involved. Believe me, watching Eric Roberts lose touch with reality is not entertainment. Even a very brief Kelly Preston nude scene is actually a body double. This is definitely not worth 92 minutes of your life. - MERK


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 November 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El amor es un arma See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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