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Time Out says

A film of relentless tediousness. Based loosely on a Cornell Woolrich story, it's about a placid accountant, with a bored, frustrated wife, who gets so worked up by someone stealing his milk delivery every day that he eventually turns to murder. Admittedly Edward Lachman's gaudy camerawork is very accomplished, and the attention to period detail (New Jersey, '53) is admirable, if superfluous; but the monotonous acting, total lack of suspense, and endless punk chic makes it less a tribute than an insult to classic film noir.
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Release details

UK release:

1979

Duration:

87 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Mark Reichert

Cast:

Sam McMurray, Everett McGill, Irina Maleeva, Deborah Harry, Dennis Lipscomb, Taylor Mead

Music:

Chris Stein

Art Director:

George Stavrinos

Editor:

Eric Albertson

Cinematography:

Ed Lachman

Screenwriter:

Mark Reichert

Producer:

Graham Belin

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