Interesting if you like checking out '80s regional cinema
Female TV journalist Zac McKay (Terry Reeves-Wolf) gets wrapped up in a drug running/murder investigation that may or may not involve her missing husband. On the case is Lt. Cochran (Chris Ginnaven), a young cop who initially butts heads with McKay over her reporting. Gee, I wonder if they will get along? This is a regional mystery from Arkansas that is professionally acceptable, but lacks a bit of punch in the script. The big reveal at the end is weird and really has no emotional impact. Lead Reeves-Wolf was one and done with this film, but she is fine in the role and it is interesting to hear someone with a real Arkansas accent in a lead. Her two children play her two children in the film. Perhaps the most "notable" person in the film is Dominique St. Croix, a former Penthouse pet who, naturally, supplies the film's nudity. The team behind this re- teamed a couple years later for the seemingly unreleased TOO SCARED TO LAUGH (1989).
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