Judith is a lonely and frazzled social worker who can't resist the urge to interfere in her son Marty's life. When Marty hires his free-spirited friend to cheer up his mother, it soon turns into a serious romance that no one saw coming.
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An interesting neo-noir that plods along with all your familiar noir characters: the morally compromised ex-military lonelier, the desperate guy with lots of money on the run from the authorities and/or mob and, of course, the reptilian femme fatale who telegraphs her long-term plan that nobody seems to ever pick up on, along with her expected black garter belt and nylons, natch.
Will keep you satisfied for a while up until the point you realize you've seen a similar plot in a much better film. OK, it's got a more fatalistic spin and I'm a sucker for aggressive hot brunettes wearing lingerie, so worth a look.
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