Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Molly is a blonde now and not really Angel here. She looks into the death of a friend who hung out with up and coming hair metal band AK47. Film is a bit late on that music trend as grunge had pretty much killed hair bands by this release.
Police photographer Molly brings Angel back to investigate the murder of her old streetwalking friend amidst the backdrop of a up-and-coming rock band. While the plots are always similar, the girls playing Angel always changes (Darlene Vogel is pretty good in her turn). The film poster is also noticeably misleading... Angel here is neither an executive or a hooker.