Christopher Scott Cherot
Richard T. Jones
Also, there are a few things to keep in mind when youíre trying to convince people you didnít make a run-of-the-mill B-movie. First, donít leave in scenes where you can see reflections and glares off of the camera (as he did in the party scenes). Second, donít include a musical score that sounded like bad-porno reject music (I canít believe this music was from the same guy that composed the ROCKY score). Third, when your actors speak too fast and slur their words, have them redo the scenes, donít just leave it in there. Finally, you canít expect sympathy from an audience when you kill off a character that we know nothing about.
This actually couldíve been a decent film. If you added a little back-story into the two main characters and cut out some of the meaningless supporting roles, it wouldíve worked a little better. I just never got the feeling the director felt comfortable with what he was doing or the story he was filming. For the most part, he had talented enough actors carrying out the script, but they suffered from some questionable decisions and a script that wasnít very well written.