No Way Home

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Released 1996

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Director:
Buddy Giovinazzo
Released:
1996
Rating:
R
No Way Home is the 1996 cult crime drama from writer-director Buddy Giovinazzo (Combat Shock, Life is Hot in Cracktown, The Unscarred). Joey (Tim Roth, Reservoir Dogs) gets out of prison after six years. He goes to his parental home and rings on the door. A blonde opens. Joey asks for his brother Tommy (James Russo) and, troubled, the blonde goes to get him. A surprised Tommy invites his younger brother in. Against his Lorraine, his wife's, wishes Tommy and Joey agree that Joey should live at their home a while, until he gets a job and can get a place of his own. Tommy sells grass and Lorraine works as stripper at private parties. Joey is determined to not get in to jail again and begins to work as a window cleaner. Something that Tommy thinks is stupid, because there's more money to earn on drugs. Joey - who according to himself, is a bit 'slow' since an incident in childhood - develops with time a special relationship with Lorraine, who's at first is skeptical to Joey's stay in the house.moreless
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    Crime, 90s