Full Moon in Blue Water
Full Moon in Blue Water ★★½ 1988 (R)
His wife's been dead a year, he owes back taxes on his bar, his father has Alzheimer's, and his only form of entertainment is watching old home movies of his wife. Floyd has problems. Enter Louise, a lonely spinster who feels that it is her personal duty to change his life. If she doesn't do it, the bizarre things that happen after her arrival will. 96m/C VHS, DVD . Gene Hackman, Teri Garr, Burgess Meredith, Elias Koteas, Kevin Cooney, David Doty; D: Peter Masterson; W: Bill Bozzone; C: Fred Murphy; M: Phil Marshall.
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