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European secret agent Max Menace arrives in New York City, waiting for his contact to tell him his assignment. He becomes entangled with an assortment of odd characters and situations, but never learns why he's there.
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"Forever Lulu" might be considered a "black comedy", but the story randomly puddles around like a doodlebug on a pond so the few dark comedy elements are lost in the confusion of a badly scattered script. Do not expect to see much of Alec Baldwin or Deborah Harry as their parts are small. The editing is especially weak, and while there are at least a bunch of recognizable character actors, they are badly wasted by the meandering storyline. There is shooting and an attempt at portraying meaningful friendship, but the entertainment value simply isn't there. Skip "Forever Lulu" even if you are a fan of Alec Baldwin or Deborah Harry................ - MERK
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