New York Times - 02/02/1985
"...A certain pulp vitality..."
Variety - 05/16/1984
"...Martin has written for herself a role which allows her to reach the highs and lows of elation and despair....Her dramatic scenes are sincerely done..."
A "yuppie" couple find their lives almost completely destroyed when the husband becomes hopelessly addicted to cocaine. A timely drama with a message.
Lillian and Jake Gregory are a young Los Angeles couple whose upwardly-mobile world is destroyed when Jake becomes hopelessly addicted to freebasing cocaine. As Jake slips further and further into the vicious circle of cocaine use, he is forced to sell all his belongings to pay for the drug. What was once a perfect marriage deteriorates into Lillian's fight to salvage the ruins of her life. An uncompromising story you'll never forget.
A romance takes-off, quickly blossoming into marriage. But when an affluent art dealer introduces the happy couple to cocaine, everything starts to fall apart.