Lucy (Kate Orsini), is the early main focus, as a "world class" artist who specializes in dark paintings. Her school friend Rose (Hani Furstenberg) owns a gallery in Biloxi, Mississippi. Lucy has a son David (Andrew James Allen) who is an Internet sensation and is rather rude and obnoxious, but coke sometimes does that to a brain. After his death, Luke Goss is called in to investigate. Rose conducts her own investigation.
Possible PLOT SPOILER. You kind of had the who-dun-it part figured out early on, but the film drags you into a "web" that was not well designed in order to create suspects. The function of Luke Goss appears to be to seduce Rose. His on time camera scenes were minimal, slightly more than a couple of cameos. The ending which ties everything together, was one of those things you might think of when buzzed and then realized it was too stupid to use sober. I was like "Serious? You went there? This is so stupid." It was like a group of eighth graders tried to write a Lifetime film. Luke doesn't fight, drives an SS Camaro, but not as nice as the one Seagal drove in "Contract to Kill." Guide: F-word. No nudity. Brief love scene.
A murder mystery which takes place on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. A young woman tries to live a normal life, despite a horrible upbringing. She will learn her past will haunt her once more.
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October 10, 2021 at 03:02 AM