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Raymond Derek is a up and coming hotshot young politician who seems to have it all. A great career, a wife, friends and a expensive home. But that all changes when he encounters sexy cabaret singer Angie. The two begin a steamy affair until the press find out and it becomes front page news. As his life falls to pieces, Raymond and Angie try to build a life together, but some things just weren't meant to last.

  1. Laurence Abby

    Screenplay

  2. Daniele Stroppa

    Screenplay

  3. Joe D'Amato

    Director

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  1. Tara Buckman

    Tara Buckman

    Angie

  2. Richard Brown

    Raymond Derek

  3. Rick Anthony Munroe

    William

  4. Jayne Gray

    Kate

  5. Ken Werbinski

    Steve

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Blue Angel Cafe

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Status Released

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  • November 11, 1989
    R
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 29m

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