A mentally disturbed young woman takes a job at a posh country club and falls in with a clique of wealthy college kids where she's taken under the wing of the clique's twisted leader, who harbors some dark secrets too terrifying to tell.
The lives of a nightclub owner, a crime boss, a stripper, a bartender, two hitmen, a prostitute and a psychic take a turn for the worse when they are trapped in an escaped mental patient's sinister path of madness and destruction.
A love story set in the shadow of the shipyards of San Francisco. A young woman (June) living with her much adored uncle Henry and domineering, abusive father (Murry), meets a penniless ... See full summary »
Brad William Henke,
One of Samaire Armstrong's first movies and right funny, even if it is a mite cornball and cartoonish. This is not at all a surprising tone really, since the writer and director Sheppard is a veteran writer of some of great animated cartoons including Steven Spielbergs Pinky and Brain. The actors are funny and seem to be having a good time. I love Samaire but also enjoyed the others too. Johnathon Penner is wonderful and Stephanie Beacham too. All of them really. Brad Rowe remind me of young Robert Redford. I like Susan Ward from Sunset Beach, and she has really grown up since then. She is a good comedy actress - surprised me! The camera work is nice and the music was pretty also. I love it myself and laughed a lot.
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