The Boy with the Sun in His Eyes really liked it 4. An unassuming American boy trying to make a living in Europe finds himself at the mercy of murderous ex-models, poisonous starlets and a guy with Romeo for a middle name.
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As John follows her into heady whirlwind romances with cute French pop stars and deadly but hot! Milanese model managers, he begins to realize that Solange's world is far more complex and dangerous than he could possibly have imagined. Nothing could prepare John Tim Swain for the changes that would occur in his life following the death of childhood friend Kevin Josh Ubaldi. Shortly before Kevin's passing, John accuses him of never telling him the beginning or ending of a story.
Rather it's "always a headlong plunge into drama. Before you can say "passport," John quits his boring cubicle job in Boston and relocates to Paris with Solange. Todd Verow's film, based on the novel by Jim Dwyer who also wrote the screenplay for Verow's controversial movie version of Dennis Cooper's "Frisk" , makes good use of the European locations.
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Kevin, as is his wont, is being vague about the time he spends with Solange. John complains that he never tells him the end of his stories and that "it's always a headlong punge into drama. Solange is filming a guerrilla-styled pilot, a food and nightlife television magazine entitled The Un-Tourist Guide, and she offers John an opportunity to fulfill his friend's wishes. Suddenly he is quitting his job and flying to Paris to be Solange's personal and production assistant. John is swept away by this new booze and drug-fueled la dolce vita that takes him from Paris to Milan to Berlin and back to Paris again.
With video camera in tow, he follows Solange on an endless party. In Paris he enters into a passionate affair with a new wave performance artist named Alain Valentin Plessy that is abruptly cut short when a rival makes an attempt on Solange's life in a crowded dance club.
While fleeing to Italy, John reluctantly finds himself accepting another role as father confessor to the increasingly unstable and needy diva. Before long, a series of bizarre events leads John to believe that Solange is keeping secrets from him and that the hip circles in which they travel are hiding more dangers than he can imagine. Most of the film is a wild roller coaster ride across art happenings, trendy restaurants and "Now's the time on Sprockets when ve dance!
Now and then, the action slows down long enough to take a breath. It is during these breaks when some of the dialogue really sparkles.