The film has a potentially absorbing premise, and Gould gives a sensitive performance, but INSIDE OUT is an unsatisfying feature that suffers from underdeveloped ideas and uninteresting direction. Gould is a seemingly successful New York businessman with a few eccentricities. He carries the
remote controls for his television, stereo, VCR, and telephone-answering machine in a bathrobe pocket, conducts all his business over the telephone, and has an escort service send him a companion for an evening's entertainment. When his old pal (Hesseman) visits and invites Gould to come out to
California some time, Gould demurs. Hesseman is annoyed at his friend's reluctance un...