On the evidence of STORYVILLE, director and coscreenwriter Mark Frost seems to have learned all the wrong lessons from David Lynch, his partner on TV's "Twin Peaks." Frost's debut feature is a dippy, slow-moving exercise in Southern Fried tedium.
The scion of a powerful Louisiana political family, Cray Fowler (James Spader) is running his first election campaign. About to be divorced from his wife after she was caught in some compromising positions by a detective's still camera, Fowler is tempted by the advances of an exotic waitress, Lee
Tran (Charlotte Lewis), at a fundraiser. At a later assignation in the French Quarter of New Orleans, he wrestles with her ai...