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Industrialist George Stark (Teodoro Corrà) has invited a small number of his wealthy friends to his private island retreat for a relaxing weekend together. Stark also wants to talk business with a gifted young scientist, Professor Gerry Farrell (William Berger), who has invented a new chemical process.
Farrell is not keen to sell his process to Stark nor to any of the other weekend guests, but none of them will take no for an answer. Tensions mount as each of the potential investors tries to buy the formula from Farrell in secret and then one-by-one Stark's weekend guests are murdered AKA Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians template.
The story is your basic rags-to-riches tale. Three young women Kelly Mac Namara (Dolly Read), Casey Anderson (Cynthia Myers) and Petronella Danforth (Marcia McBroom) perform in a rock band, The Kelly Affair, managed by Kelly's boyfriend Harris Allsworth (David Gurian). The four of them travel to Los Angeles to find Kelly's estranged aunt Susan Lake (Phyllis Davis) who, upon being reunited with her niece, promises Kelly a third of her inheritance.
Porter Hall (Duncan McLeod), Susan's lecherous financial advisor, looks to discredit Kelly so that he can get his mittens on the fortune himself. Susan is having none of it. She introduces her niece and her band to rock producer Ronnie 'Z-Man' Barzell (John LaZar), loosely based on legendary record producer Phil Spector, who in turn convinces the young lovelies to perform at one of his zany parties.
Following their impromptu performance, which goes down a storm, The Kelly Affair are snapped up by Z-Man. He changes their name to The Carrie Nations and effectively ostracizes Harris from his position as the band's manager. From that point on various relationships take a turn for the worst culminating in a blood bath climax.
It's 1945 and teenager Terry Fleming (Adam Butcher) is in a quandry. Terry lives in the normally quiet town of Gander, Newfoundland, but given that it's the tail end of World War II, the area is awash with activity as a stopover point for flights. Terry is itching to work in Gander as this will afford him the opportunity to meet with many of the movie stars and GIs that are popping through the area.
But Terry is torn. He would also like to stay at home and look after his sick mother Voilet (Deidre Gillard-Rowlings). She is diagnosed with diptheria and their family home quarantined. Both mother and son share a passion for the musicians and movie stars of the day. Terry dreams up an alternative reality where he is indeed a waiter to the stars and gets to have a romance with the girl next door Laurie Dwyer (Joanne Kelly). However with his mother's impending demise and the war still raging Terry is torn between his childlike fantasy and growing up and becoming a man.
Cara Buono stars as Joanna Schwartzbaum, a depressed Brooklyn housewife sees her drab life take a very unexpected turn, for the better, following an encounter with an alien force. Joanna teams up with a fellow contactee Abraham (Isaach De Bankole), an African immigrant, to make sense of her encounter and what their post-abduction insignias mean.
Written and directed by Barry Strugatz (writer of Eighties fare such as Married to the Mob and She Devil) From Other Worlds is kooky, disarming, but unfortunately not always as funny as it believes itself to be. What Strugatz's film does have working for it in spades is a positive vibe, along with earnest, if variable, performances and a belief in the material that transcends its writing.
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