Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Very Nice Comedy!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Movie is shot on some of the seedy streets of New York City is about an aspiring novelist Schygulla(Hanna Schygulla) as she accidently becomes involved in a real life mystery involving murder and drugs.In one of Alex Balwins first film appearances as a cop trying to catch the drug dealers with special cameo appearances by Dr. Ruth Westheimer and Deborah Harry,this film is a very nice comedy!!"
Debbie's first film since Videodrome
Tracy A. Proctor | Tupelo, MS United States | 08/30/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Debbie Harry of Blondie made a very supporting role in this comedy/murder/drama that was a take off of Desperately Seeking Susan. The comedy is weak and Debbie is in about 10 minutes of the film. She looks great in her Stephen Sprouse outfit, but is lost in a movie that tries to be funny but is not and tries to be suspenseful and is not. A stinker in every aspect. Debbie took this role as she was attempting to make a comeback in the music and movie world after taking time off to care for her then boyfriend Chris Stein. So I guess she thought this might be a funny film. Sadly, it was not and the film was one of the worst of 1987. Notable for the film debut of Alec Baldwin and one of the rare English speaking films for German Hanna Schygulla."
A movie the actors probably want to bury from their career.
XMAN | 12/10/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD was apparently produced by somebody at home on their computer. Label on the disc was definitely homemade. Picture quality is fuzzy; it may have been copied from a VHS tape. Sound is muffled at times. One scene skipped. Besides that, the storyline is predictable and the acting of the main actress is contrived and horrible. Very much a high school project feeling. Deborah Harry is barely in it and has little to no speaking parts. Alec Baldwin must have been just starting out in his career or suffered through the bad script as a favor to a friend. Even if these actors are your favorites, I would skip this movie and pretend it was never part of their career."