David Raybourne is an American journalist covering political news in Italy during the 1970's.
He gets involved with the Red Brigades when trying to help Alison King, who photographed them in action and discover the mafia net is at all levels...
I've seen some bad films, but Frankenheimer has made some decent movies in the past, and this was supposed to be factual, so it had my attention.
McCarthey is woefully miscast in this, and the film consists of him and the bloke from To Live And Die In L.A, eating sandwiches and drinking wine.
It's supposed to be some controversial movie about the Red Brigade movement, but in fact it's nothing more than McCarthey being a dirty old man and pursuing Stone while Golino is waiting at home for him.
Dialogue is beyond bad, and its filmed in such a way, it looks really really cheap, like true movies cheap.
It's a torturous watch, and its no wonder McCarthy didn't really get any more starring roles after this, and Stone had to be more...revealing.