The apple falls in a whole other field from the tree in this clumsy buddy/little-guy drama from Walter Foote, son of the Pulitzer Prize and two-time Oscar-winning playwright and screenwriter Horton Foote. Middle-aged, leather-jacketed New York City bartender
Ronnie (an irritating Cameron Dye) and family-man childhood-buddy Dave (a sympathetic Kevin Geer) want to take over a "gold mine" restaurant-bar. They scrape together money from police-widow Gina (Nancy Ticotin) and fellow bar owner Jerry (Steven Marcus). (According to the press notes, Gina and
Jerry are also Ronnie's sister-in-law and his boss, respectively, though the movie itself never clarifies either point...