Casualties of Love: The “Long Island Lolita” Story
Casualties of Love: The “Long Island Lolita” Story ★★ 1993 (PG-13)
Told from the Buttafuoco's point of view, Amy Fisher was nothing but a wacko fatally attracted teenager who misunderstood Joey's harmless flirtations and deliberately went after his wife with a gun. The Buttafuocos received $300,000 from CBS to tell their side of the story which features Milano, who resembles Amy not in the least, as the lead. One of three competing network TV versions of the sordid story. See also: “The Amy Fisher Story” and “Lethal Lolita—Amy Fisher: My Story.” 94m/C VHS . Jack Scalia, Alyssa Milano, Phyllis Lyons, Jack Kehler, Michael Bowen, J.E. Freeman, Nick(y) Corello, Lawrence Tierney, Peter Van Norden, Anne DeSalvo, Leo Rossi; D: John Herzfeld; W: John Herzfeld; C: Karl Walter Lindenlaub; M: David Michael Frank. TV
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