Sunset Heat (film)
|Directed by||John Nicolella|
|Produced by||Kandice King, Lance King and John Michaels|
|Written by||John Allen Nelson and Max Strom|
|Music by||Jan Hammer|
|Running time||90 min|
Sunset Heat is a 1992 thriller film starring Michael Paré, 1980s pop star Adam Ant, and Dennis Hopper. In its obituary of Hopper, The Telegraph called this a "forgettable film" which nonetheless allowed Hopper to pay his alimony. It featured original music by Jan Hammer, who had written the Miami Vice theme music.
Photographer Eric Wright (played by Michael Paré) visits his friend Danny Rollins (Adam Ant) in California. Danny had stolen a million dollars from drug dealer Carl Madson (Dennis Hopper), a former partner of Eric. When Danny is murdered without having told anyone where the money is, Carl demands that Eric finds it for him even though he has no idea where it might be.
- Michael Paré as Eric Wright
- Adam Ant as Danny Rollins
- Dennis Hopper as Carl Madson
- Daphne Ashbrook as Julie
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