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Lacklustre direct-to-video Corman offering has a defense lawyer heading to Maine to renew acquiantences with a former client whom he had a sexual relationship with despite her being tied to a series of suspicious murders. Some guys can't help themselves. Wastes David Carradine in a hokey role. License plates clearly indicate it was filmed in Europe despite Maine being given as a location.
Lawyer revisits a former client and lover and becomes entangled in a string of crimes relating to the client's dead husband's stash of missing cash. Felt like a low budget film noir attempt at BODY HEAT but eccentric characters and failed attempts at dark humour undermine the film.
An okay film noir. Nothing special or exactly great but it is rather passable (but still not something I'll ever want to see again).