Synopsis by Bhob Stewart
This Canadian film is director Mina Shum's second feature. Nadine (Moira Kelly) is on her first day at a new job, working in a bank, when there's a holdup. But the job also brings about a romance with co-worker Jonathan (Sebastian Spence). Five years later, the romance has gone sour, and Nadine is attracted to a newcomer in town, Tass (Josh Hamilton). When Tass robs the bank, Nadine is abducted. With the cops and Jonathan in pursuit, they skip town, heading for China City so Tass can visit his hospitalized mother. Moira Kelly provides the voiceover narration. Shum shot in British Columbia. The title is a reference to Drive He Said, directed by Jack Nicholson in 1970. Shown at 1997 film festivals (Toronto, Vancouver).
bank, kidnapping, love, robbery, romance