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Antonio Sabato Jr.
Blonde Death is a minor masterpiece. James Robert Baker's dialogue style is like Faulkner writing for a John Waters film. This is a very entertaining character study, and if it were a bigger budget production, shot on film, it would be considered one of the great indie films of the 80s. The Angry Samoans soundtrack is also fantastic and fitting. More people should see this.
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