Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Veteran Canadian character actor Al Waxman produced, directed and wrote the domestic drama The Crowd Inside. The scene is a tiny, rundown house inhabited by four of society's misfits. Genevieve Deloir bears an unbounded love of nature; Patricia Collins is aloof and distant; Ken James is a leech-like drug pusher; and Larry Perkins is a perceptive artist. A subplot involves the blackmailing of a philandering member of Parliament. Al Waxman generously allots himself the role of the roving politico.
poverty, artist, blackmail, drug-dealer, drugs, Parliament