I'd never heard of this movie before this project. Now that I've seen it, I'll let it slip back into the mists of time. It's a story about an old former mobster (Burt Lancaster) who suddenly gets hold of some coke at a time when it's a seller's market. He sees a chance to relive the glory days and once again be someone.
The drugs came from a casino waitress' (Susan Sarandon) runaway husband who shows up with her pregnant sister in tow. It's a screwed up family situation to say the least. The trouble comes when it's discovered that the drugs were stolen and the rightful owners show up looking for blood.
The story is mildly interesting. The camerawork is ordinary. The acting is ok, but nothing special. There are about three sensual scenes with Susan Sarandon that are quite good (if you're into her).
This movie is ok, and I can't really recommend it. This is probably the epitome of movies that time has forgotten.