A woman on the cusp of 40 decides to kill her two young children and commit suicide. She survives, however, and, in a state of shock, gets into her car and drives off, fully intending to kill herself in a car accident. A cop pulls her over for speeding. Noticing how upset she is, he decides to drive
Just Another Blonde is a love story and drama, with aerial scenes, about two small-time gamblers and the two Coney Island girls they romance. The film was also released and reviewed (especially in and around New York City) under the title, The Girl from Coney Island.
With the single-minded attention to detail of a teenager preparing for the prom (or an actress preparing for an award) but augmented by the boisterous camaraderie of friends, a group of San Francisco men pluck, primp and transform themselves into women for a performance.
It is a film about young men who are in their early 20s, wandering around, being in despair, and feeling the pain of love. Chan-woo loves his step sister. Me-young loves Chan-woo. Min-cheol is their friend. Their relationship is entangled with friendship, foolishness, and compassion.