Hot Tomorrows

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Hot Tomorrows
Directed by Martin Brest
Produced by Martin Brest
Starring Ken Lerner
Hervé Villechaize
Ray Sharkey
Victor Argo
Cinematography Jacques Haitkin
Edited by Martin Brest
Production
company
Distributed by American Film Institute
Release dates April 1, 1977
Running time 73 mins.
Country United States
Language English

Hot Tomorrows is a 1977 film directed by Martin Brest. The film includes appearances from actor Hervé Villechaize and the theatre troupe The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo, and is the only filmed example of a performance from the troupe, aside from the film Forbidden Zone.[1]

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A young New York City writer that has moved to Los Angeles spends his days exploring his obsession with death.

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