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This movie has a nice twist, and Lowe and Mantegna act fine. But it moved a little slowly, and was one-dimensional in that we spend too much time with the hero, Lowe. I liked the bohemian aspect, though, of the "struggling actors" who drove cabs. The film was just a bit too cold and distant, and I didn't really feel involved.