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Deep in the LA night HOPE confronts all the wrong turns she's made since leaving Ohio and ultimately meets the biggest wrong turn of all in her ex-boyfriend WILL, who's determined to win back her love or die trying.Written by
Walk on the Beach Productions
I love watching Heather Graham in movies. Having said that, this movie was difficult to watch to the end. I have a hard time watching non-linear movies. Jumping back and forth into past, present, and future scenes is not only confusing but makes me lose interest. I shouldn't have to work this hard just to enjoy watching a movie. The drug use and self destruction is depressing. One of the main characters was a cigarette. It was always front and center. Sometimes I thought I was watching a cigarette ad instead of a movie. (Product placement, anyone?) With the drug addiction also comes violence towards women especially if she tries to escape. Anyone who has been in an abusive, controlling relationship will have PTSD again for sure. Halfway through, I had to get up and go do something random just to stomach the rest of the movie. Aside from the sudden contrived Hollywood ending, I felt like I had been trapped in a crack house for 90 minutes. Why Heather bothered with this script is beyond me. This may be reality for many people in the LA drug scene, but I watch movies for entertainment. Are you not entertained? I was not.
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