Yes, it was strange and amazing; a good little movie.
yeah - I saw it on Neflix. Pretty good movie, pretty good acting from DHP. Strange ending.
As basically a two man show, it might have been better as a play, hard to say.
I stumbled upon it one morning and, like a traffic accident on the highway, couldn't look away. It's interesting more than it's good, and the stagey quality and the overblown writing often trumped what could have been a clever, more ambiguous story, but I was glad to have seen it.
I really enjoyed it, too - it certainly had its moments. Someone recommended it on here, and I've since passed on the recommendation.
I saw it on HDNET about a year ago. I was ultimately unsatisfied and forgot about it, but there are some good parts so I'd give it a mild recommendation. I probably won't ever see it again, but I didn't mind seeing it once.
Thanks SO much, you five, for posting and managing to say absolutely nothing about this film.
You all could be spies, you closed-mouth bitches.
Ha ha! Nobody wants to give the plot away R6. There are a lot of twists. A wounded semi-hot burglar commandeers David Hyde Pierce's apartment but DHP drugs him with wine and ties him up. Recommended.
PS - Helen Reddy (member her?) has a role as a nosy little-old-lady neighbor.
I was disappointed. Had the potential to be a great 'turn the tables' thriller, but lost interest along the way. DHP was very good, and the lead was very sexy. Worth a look , if there's nothing else on.