Making a movie is a complicated effort that requires a full complement of very talented people, a tightly woven
script and an idea with substance. This film proves the veracity of that statement. In The
Flesh is an example of a film that has absolutely none of those requirements.
The overall premise provides enough to produce a genuine movie, although it is a bit trite. A gay cop
falls in love with a hustler who is falsely suspected of murdering one of his clients. This film addresses
that formulaic plot with the finesse of a jackhammer operated by a toddler.
Spoiler Alert (as if this film could be further spoiled): There is a happy ending! Of course, the
happiness comes from the very fact that it has ended after an hour and a half of wasted