A slight, sleekly polished debut feature propelled by a kinder, gentler SWINGERS vibe. Tiffanie DeBartolo's film chronicles the romantic travails of beautiful gloomster Frankie (Ione Skye), who seldom sleeps and is given to dreams in which Nietzsche
whispers into her ear that the essential nature of man is evil. Orphaned as a child, Frankie lives above and occasionally works at the Blue Eyes café, a San Francisco coffee bar owned by her uncle Leo (Seymour Cassell). Frankie has a head full of quotes (from Kurt Cobain to Aristotle without
missing a beat), thinks she's through with love, is given to dramatic declarations, wants to be an actress and loves all things ...