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I saw this film on the Independent Film channel, and originally tuned in just to see the appearance (and song in the soundtrack) of Punk Rock legend Richard Hell, of the band "Richard Hell & the Voidoids" as well as "Television" and "The Neon Boys". He only has a small part in the film, however I was not disappointed, as I was soon drawn in to the unusual plot and great cinematography. Short, but very well made.
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