Kiss & Tell (1996 film)
|Kiss & Tell|
|Directed by||Jordan Alan|
|Produced by||Adam Fast
|Edited by||Ed Marx|
Terminal Bliss Pictures
Justine Bateman plays Molly, a performance artist who is found dead. Police detectives interview her friends (played by Heather Graham and others) to learn who killed her and why.
- Justine Bateman as Molly McMannis
- Richmond Arquette as Detective Bob Starr
- Lewis Arquette as Inspector Dan Furbal
- Peter Greene as Detective John Finnigan
- Jill Hennessy as Interrogator Angela Pierce
- Robert Cait as Dr. Goldwin, the Pathologist
- Assumpta Serna as Dr. Monica DeBirdy
- Teresa Hill as Ivy Roberts
- Heather Graham as Susan Pretsel
- Rose McGowan as Jasmine Hoyle
- Maria Cina as Cynthia Tie
- Pamela Gidley as Beta Carotene
- Alexis Arquette as Amerod Burkowitz
- Nina Siemaszko as Shelly
- Traci Lind as Molly's Roommate
- Brian Avery as Brian Humphries / Producer
- Scott Cleverdon as Scott DeBirdy
- David Arquette as Skippy the Forensic Man
- Roxana Zal as Sissy the Forensic Woman
- Lukas Haas as Don the Forensic Intern
- Billy Devlin as Liam McMannis
- Christa Miller as Alex Stoddard
- Alexandra Paul as Bambi the Manicurist
The film received mixed reviews. Merle Bertrand of Film Threat called the film "a mess", "confusing" and "not funny". According the Hollywood Reporter the film was instead "a candidate for eventual cult status". Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times gave a mixed review, stating that Alan "demonstrates his capability in handling a large cast that is by and large improvising" but that the movie "looks and sounds better than it is".
- Brian J. Dillard. "Kiss and Tell (1996)". All Movie. Retrieved 4 November 2012.
- Garrett, Stephen (October 22, 1997). "A Conversation with Jordan Alan of "Kiss And Tell" the Improv Director". IndieWire. Archived from the original on September 29, 2012. Retrieved November 1, 2012.
- Merle Bertrand (January 15, 2001). "KISS AND TELL (Review)". Film Threat. Retrieved 4 November 2012.
- "Film review: 'Kiss & Tell'". The Hollywood Reporter. October 17, 1997.
- Kevin Thomas, Kevin (October 16, 1997). "Improvisational Murder Mystery : 'Kiss & Tell,' Jordan Alan's second feature, lacks the focus of his debut.". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 November 2012.