Rob Lowe is Drew Peterson, the cop/ladies man whose wives had the bad habit of dying or disappearing, triggering a media circus and his eventual indictment.
Pic describes the parabolic ups and downs of the career of Hole drummer Patty Schemel and should attract grunge curiosity-seekers in theatrical and tube play.
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