"Love is a many-splattered thing"30 September 199390 mins
"Taav's first feature occupies the same setting and psychological territory as David Lynch's visions of small-town America. About a love triangle, involving house painter Wesley (Patton), his boss Willie (Pastorelli) and Willie's sensitive, vulnerable wife Margaret (Neuwirth), the film turns into a picture of hidden desires, romantic dreams and dangerous obsessions... An unsettling film in which ideas, tone and texture unite with quietly confident storytellin". TIME OUT Film Guide
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