In THE BLUE IGUANA McDermott plays a bounty hunter who refers to himself grandly as a "recovery specialist." He's broke, living in a miserable apartment, and in trouble with the IRS. In order to square things with the government, he accepts (under pressure) an offer made by agents
Stockwell and Feldshuh to travel south of the border to El Diablo, where millions of dollars in drug money is being laundered. No one has paid any taxes on this money, which it is Holloway's job to recover. El Diablo is a tough place where people are murdered in the streets, wild types fire guns
into ceilings, and coffin making seems to be the only legitimate line of work. Harper, who run...