R | | Crime, Drama, Romance
The sensuous wife of a lunch wagon proprietor and a rootless drifter begin a sordidly steamy affair and conspire to murder her Greek husband.
Irish film censorship in the early 1980s was known for its strict application of censorship of screen sex (as depicted in this film) and its strict defense of family values. This film set a major precedent, as it was passed uncut by the Irish film censor for theatrical release in Ireland in 1981.
Spit on the sidewalk and you'll die in jail!
When Frank and Cora attempt to leave for Chicago, a portion of a modern skyscraper is clearly visible at the top of the frame as they cross the street.
CBS edited 30 minutes from this film for its 1986 network television premiere.
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