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A pastry boy and the son of a hair-piece mogul become involved in an arson scandal. Sergio (John Leguizamo) is offered a bribe in exchange for taking the blame for the fire that destroyed his workplace. Garet (William Baldwin), the real arsonist, is apalled that someone else would try to take credit for his act of love. Before long, Sergio and Garet become entangled in a zany love-quadrangle involving Hattie (Sadie Frost) and Stephanie (Erika Eleniak).Written by
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A fun, simple comedy with many interesting twists.
I can't believe the low score this movie has. With only a bit more than 200 votes, i guess not very many people have seen it.
I would give this a 10 out of 10 in the category of the romantic comedy.
The casting is superb. Armin Mueller-Stahl is awesome as always. Joan Plowright, John Leguizamo, Sadie Frost. Each is simply perfect for their characters, and the characters are so varied and interesting. The music is lively and sets the stage nicely for the crazy twists the story takes.
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