A washed up Vegas lounge singer, Jack Satin (Hamilton von Watts), has no money, no job, and delusional aspirations of fame. When Jack is forced to leave Vegas, he packs up his old Cadillac and hits the road for Atlantic City. But his car dies in the desert and Jack is left stranded in the small town of Lost Springs. There, Jack meets jazz legend turned mechanic, Doc Bishop (Robert Guillaume), who helps him with his car trouble. Although Jack is far from the stage, he begins to find himself feeling at home in the small town. When he meets local bar owner, Lauren Wells (Melissa Joan Hart), Jack starts to see there is more to life than chasing fame and fortune. Doc encourages Jack to explore his true love of music, while Lauren provides the audience he has always wanted. But as Jack realizes this town has more to offer him than the bright lights of the big city, his Vegas past catches up with him — what unfolds is comedy at the crossroads of life.
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I liked the movie Satin, thanks to the boring dialogue between the characters and the really intriguing moment of their interaction with each other, minutes of time were well spent.
He told me about this movie back in 2011, but I managed to watch the movie only now, of course, it is plotting, it is difficult to restrain emotions while watching.
The main theme of the movie is not new for Comedy, Drama, Romance, but the director managed to reveal it quite realistically, plus the characters are not made of cardboard, you want to analyze their actions.
This movie can be disassembled into quotes, never before in minutes I have not been able to experience such a wide range of emotions, just wrapped my soul on a fist.
created the very movie, after watching which you want to erase your memory in order to watch it again, and again, like for the first time, feel the whole range of vivid emotions.
The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Philip Rosch performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.