Broken: Directed by Alan White. With Heather Graham, Jeremy Sisto, Tess Harper, Joe Hursley. Hope thinks of her life, moving from Cleveland to LA, full of hope of making it as a musician to slowly being broken by a life and bad boyfriend going nowhere.
“This film starts off OK. It has heather graham in it, so I wasnu0026#39;t expecting much besides nasty sex scenes and bulging eyes (of which you get both in this film). The fact that she is supposed to be some folksy singer-songwriter is laughable because Iu0026#39;ve met this character time and time again in the downtown art scene.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAll of the dialogue, starting with Jeremy Sistou0026#39;s entrance is laughable and obviously written by a man. If written by a woman, Hope (heather graham) wouldu0026#39;ve reached for her pepper spray after Willu0026#39;s (Jeremy Sisto) initial pick up line.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie goes no where fast, has a small up lift with the black box theatre style of the dinner, then continues on a downward spiral. The cast is amazing, and Iu0026#39;m surprised that so many somewhat respectable actors would sign to such boring banal work.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe special features are a laugh and a half as more praise over Grahamu0026#39;s beauty and perfection for the part is expressed. The producer says producer-like things like u0026quot;many other actresses wanted this part but Heather was just perfectu0026quot;. Way to make it sound like Angelina, Charlize, and Drew all wanted to be part of this ishfest.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIu0026#39;m glad I bought this for 3 dollars on Thanksgiving. Iu0026#39;ll be thanks-giving this away on Ebay tomorrow.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere are so many other problems with this film including editing, music, and character development but the other REAL comments speak for themselves.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJeremy Sisto…what happened?”