Joey Breaker Movie Review 1993

Information and Film Reviews for Joey Breaker the Movie

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Joey (cult-fave Edson) is a hot-shot Manhattan talent agent who's consumed by his job. A series of encounters (romantic and otherwise) expands his outlook, first among them with Cyan (Marley), a young Jamaican waitress. On his journey to possible enlightenment Joey also meets AIDS-stricken Fondren, who helps Joey see another side of life. Quirky with a reggae beat, small pic works large message with sense of humor and sincere performances. Dedicated to Fondren, who died of AIDS in 1992. Marley, daughter of late reggae superstar Bob, shares a tune on the soundtrack with brother Ziggy. Filmed in da Big Apple and St. Lucia, West Indies.


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Available on VHS
Running time 92 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Romantic Comedy, Showbiz Comedies, Behind the Scenes, Waiters & Waitresses, Gays, AIDS, The Meaning of Life, African America
Steven Starr
Richard Edson, Cedella Marley, Erik King, Gina Gershon, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Fred Fondren
Joe DeSalvo
Steven Starr
Paul Aston
Amos Poe, Steven Starr, Skouras Pictures

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