This 1994 'home front noir' is set in Wellington during World War ll, where the plots — a murdered marine, exploited working girls and gonorrhea — spread amidst the invasion of US soldiers stationed at Paekakariki. Kerry Fox (An Angel at My Table) is a public health nurse who becomes romantically linked with the American investigating officer (Tony Goldwyn from TV series Scandal and movie Ghost) while pursuing the STDs and the truth. They’re supported by Oscar-winning US veterans Rod Steiger and Robert Loggia. John Reid (Middle Age Spread) directs, from a script by Keith Aberdein (The Governor).
Production design (Ron Highfield) and costumes (Barbara Darragh) are first-class...– David Stratton reviewing the film in Variety, 6 June 1994
Made with funding from the NZ Film Commission, in association with NZ On Air
Closing credits song 'No Tomorrow' composed by John Charles, lyrics by Keith Aberdein, sung by Callie Blood