A low-budget ($400,000) Corman production, THE DRIFTER casts Kim Delaney (of TV's "All My Children") as Julia, a successful LA designer who, on the way back from a business trip, has a one-night-stand with mysterious drifter Trey (Miles O'Keeffe). But Trey refuses to leave her alone, and
is soon calling her at her home in LA to impart such information as "Sex is a forever thing" and "You'll always know where to find me." Shortly thereafter, Julia's best friend is murdered in her apartment and she becomes convinced that the drifter is out to kill her. The script has lots of holes,
which must be filled in at the end in a lumbering and unconvincing explanation. Despit...