Cross-dressing, extramarital affairs, pill-popping, insanity and suicidal despair lie beneath the surface of small town success in Alan Rudolph's adaptation of the novel by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Successful Midland City used-car salesman Dwayne Hoover
(Bruce Willis) is on the brink of utter collapse. His pill-addled wife (Barbara Hershey) speaks exclusively in TV ad slogans; his son (Lukas Haas) has transformed himself into a big haired, sequined jacketed lounge singer called "Bunny;" his oldest friend (Nick Nolte) wears women's underwear and his mistress (Glenne Headley) has turned into a cooing scold even his dog hates him. Every morning he considers suicide, b...