Irene Cara's follow-up to FAME is a Canadian-made starring vehicle that ran out of gas. Shot mostly in 1982, completed in 1985 and released direct-to-video in the U.S. in 1988, its chief distinctions are a wonderfully historic montage of a pre-renovation Times Square and the fact that the film destroyed two companies. Jane (Cara), an aspiring singer, lives in a rundown apartment house on New York City's St. Mark's Place, where most of the film's exteriors were shot. Her neighbors include a widowed former prop-man, Jimmy Skinner (George Segal), who's so piteously down-and-out that when a welfare check is delayed he's forced to eat dog food. One night Jane, her bandmat...