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American actor-director Arnold Barkus made this low-budget French film, a comedy set in New York, with scenes taking place in Chinatown, in a Franco-Greek cabaret, and on the Brooklyn Bridge. Brooklyn-born Max suspects his girlfriend Sophia has been cheating on him. His French pal Jean and a young woman, Vita, step in with a scheme to get back at Sophia, a character who is never seen during the entire film. Included is a parody of the Russian roulette scene from The Deer Hunter (1978).

  1. Arnold Barkus

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  1. Jackie Berroyer

    Jackie Berroyer

  2. Arnold Barkus

  3. Maria de Medeiros

    Maria de Medeiros

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Original Title TempĂȘte dans un verre d'eau

Status Released

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  • January 1, 1997
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

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