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An iconic tribute to a culture, place and state of mind that defined small town America in the early 80s. It is a universal moment in time, when everything you know to be true starts fading. The story is personal, yet familiar, set against a visually arresting landscape of music and vistas of Americana.Written by
I Melt with You
Performed by Modern English
Written by Richard Brown (as Richard Ian Brown), Mick Conroy (as Michael Frances Conroy), Robbie Grey (as Robert James Grey), Gary McDowell (as Gary Frances McDowell), Stephen Walker (as Stephen James Walker)
Published by Universal-PolyGram Int. Publ., Inc.
on behalf of Universal/Momentum Music 3 Ltd. (ASCAP)
(P) 1982 4AD Limited
ISRC No: GB-AFL-82-00036
Available on the album After The Snow
Licensed courtesy of 4AD Ltd
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The eighties music was wonderful in addition to a solid production design team and a good cast.
The film had some very charming and humorous moments. I believe the film would have benefited by sticking to its comic explorations of the era and interpersonal dynamics of its main characters and sub characters.
The dramatic essence of the film did not work for me. I did not feel vested in the characters enough to care about several of the "tragic" circumstances explored by the filmmakers. At one point the soundtrack explodes before and during a chase sequence that I found out of sorts.
I feel with some additional sound and visual editing this charming film can be made ready for a larger distribution.
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