Directed By: Alan White Starring: Heather Graham Jeremy Sisto

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During one fateful night at the diner in which she waits tables, hope, a young transplant to los angeles from the midwest, comes face to face with her own version of the seven deadly sins. Her dark side incarnate comes at her from every angle this night in an all-out effort to devour her soul.


Studio First Look Home Entertain
SKU 205466930
UPC 687797120892
UPC 14 00687797120892
Format DVD
Release Date 2/12/2008
Rating Rating
Theatrical Release
Editors Note
Note Heather Graham stars as an aspiring musician in this tension-filled drama. Hope (Graham) has nearly given up her dream of fame and is living a quiet life as a waitress when an ex-boyfriend (Jeremy Sisto) shows up at the restaurant and begins to wreak havoc in her life.
Alan White
Heather Graham
Jeremy Sisto
Cast & Crew
Alan White - Director
Charisse Cardenas - Production Designer
Drew Pillsbury - Screenplay
Heather Graham - Actor
Jake Busey - Actor
Jay Nelson - Editor
Jeehun Hwang - Original Music By
Jeff Lester - Based On Story By
Jeremy Sisto - Actor
Lauren Raquel Pusich - Art Director
Linda Hamilton - Actor
Neil Shapiro - Cinematographer
Shari Lane Bowles, et. al. - Producer
Technical Info
Original Release Date 2007
Catalog ID 12089
UPC 00687797120892
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 97 minutes
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Audio Tracks English
ReviewSource The Village Voice
Review It's hard to say who suffers most after boy meets girl at the beach. Is it Hope (Heather Graham), who turns to heroin and can't get a singing gig because of those damned track marks? Is it Will (Jeremy Sisto), who goes psycho after Hope dumps him? Or is it audiences, who are subjected to the most dubious plays on character names since Nearing Grace? Hungry for dope but short on cash, boy keeps girl in check with a maxim from his youth: "Where there's a Will, there's a way." Disgusted by Will's perpetual drugging--and maybe even his corny witticisms--Hope cleans up and gets a job at a diner, which becomes the locus of director Alan White's lame aspirations to Lynchian meta-ness...Every diner patron laughably represents some facet of Hope's victimology as an artist and woman, from the agent who insincerely promises fame to a group of aspiring musicians to the filthy old woman who stands for Hope's future if she doesn't lay off the smack. By the time a skeevy producer offers her a part in a movie titled--wait for it--Broken, one begins to pity Graham for having walked into such a transparent booby trap.
Reviewer Ed Gonzalez
ReviewRating 6
DVD, Widescreen, Spanish, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
Harvey Karten, CompuServe intense performance [by Graham]...
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