Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me

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Time Out says

It's probably inevitable that a thrusting young director on the make should come up with much the same 'outrageous' ideas as his predecessors of the last generation did, but it's kinda sad that Hershman's debut feature should turn out to be such a flabby rehash of Pink Flamingos. A burglar (Parrish) on the run from a shotgun marriage in which the gun went off hides out in a California trailer park peopled with would-be droll eccentrics, and finds true lurv with the virginal sister (Shelly) of a vicious go-go dancer. The casting is right - Young and Ladd parody their established screen images, Timothy Leary does a cameo - but the sense of going through the motions is overwhelming. This is more like an American Carry On Columbus than a brave new voice in alternative comedy.
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Release details

UK release:

1992

Duration:

92 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Joel Hershman

Cast:

Andrea Naschak, Diane Ladd, Sean Young, Max Parrish, Adrienne Shelly, Timothy Leary

Music:

Gerald Gouriet

Production Designer:

Dominik Wymark

Editor:

Kathryn Himoff

Cinematography:

Kent Wakeford

Screenwriter:

Joel Hershman

Producer:

Travis Swords

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