Keith, a twenty-four-year-old newly released from prison and living with his dad under house arrest in Baltimore, is struggling to reestablish himself, within a community scarred by unemployment, neglect, and deeply entrenched segregation.
Keith (Lombardi), a small-time drug dealer under house arrest at the home of his father (Belushi) in Baltimore, re-enters a community scarred by unemployment, neglect and deeply entrenched segregation. There, he pushes back against his surrounding limitations as he tries to find a way out of his own internal prison.
To Be Lonely
Written by Randy Lorenzo
Performed by Country Comfort
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A mess of nothingness
This movie is one of the worst pieces of cinema, I have had to sit through. The direction is uneven, cinematography is choppy and the sound is so horrible that the 10 people in the theater all stated that they missed 3/4 of the dialogue.
The lead has an endearing blue color, hustler charm, but the characters are one dimensional characters. Can't tell if any of these actors are talented given the dialogue they had to work with. Jim Belushi looks embarrassed he took the part.
The sound man needs to not work again. You can't hear dialogue, as the sound is so dismally inadequate!!!
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