A gay comedy about a steam bath not unlike the Continental Baths in New York (where Bette Midler used to entertain before she became a star) that is very funny in spots and features F. Murray Abraham, who later won an Oscar for AMADEUS. This very New York film was made in England at
Twickenham Studios, where they re-created the bathhouse seen in the successful stage play by McNally, who also originally wrote the screenplay. The play starred Weston, Moreno, Stiller, Everson, Brown, and three others who also appear here. It's like a classic French farce and could have been
written by Feydeau. Weston, who is trying to get away from his gangster brother-in-law, Stiller...