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Maria Conchita Alonso,
Michael Joseph DeSare
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I gather that director Alexandre Arcady must think he's a cross between Francis Ford Coppola and John Woo.Unfortunately he has neither their cinematic flair or story-telling ability,and the end result is an unintentional laugh riot which after awhile just isn't that funny anymore.The Dragnet-style opening narration,Jill Clayburgh's painful over-the-top performance and the almost constant score running in the background,make watching this film to the end real torture.Christopher Walken is the only one in the cast that has any kind of character life going on,but you can tell he was probably pretty fed up with this gig.
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