There's little wonder in the working-class lives of Bill, Eileen, and their three grown daughters. They're lonely Londoners. Nadia, a cafe waitress, places personal ads, looking for love; Debbie, a single mom, entertains men at the hair salon after hours; her son spends part of the weekend with her ex, a man with a hair-trigger temper. Molly is expecting her first baby and its father acts as if the responsibility is too much for him.
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A grusome murder up on Wonderland Avenue in L.A. has the city buzzing about suspected murderer, former porn star legend John Holmes. Holmes, played by Val Kilmer, tells one story of which he didn't murder the group of thieves and junkies whom he frequented to score coke.
Telling another story is Dylan McDermott, who says noone but inner circle could have been invited up to the house. Mcdermott has a love interest in the house, also murdered, and does a decent job of being believably sad.
Both stories mix and match, and of course contradict each other at crucial points. However the story is good, the overall acting, and screenplay was also constructed well. The movie just lacked the strong power to want to ask questions later, especially since the movie ends leaving you unsatisfied. Still, its worth a look.