Alice’s Diner has been around for a long time and has been home to the undesirable and overlooked. After an episode with a profound leaves Alice hospitalized, the danger of the burger joint stopping down or being sold leaves everybody anxious. None more so than Benno; a man why should willing do anything to keep the burger joint running.
It’s a disgrace how simple it is for a motion picture to become lost despite a general sense of vigilance. “Hard Scrambled” is the element film presentation of recompense winning writer, David Scott Hay, from… 2006. The motion picture had a DVD discharge once some time recently, yet truly, I had never known about the motion picture until the press junket from Brink Vision who’ve assumed control circulation obligations for the film hit my inbox. On the other hand, “Hard Scrambled” accepting a discharge now from a respectable wholesaler of free silver screen may be the best thing since this motion picture is ideal for this resurgence in southern-singed noir.
Calling “Hard Scrambled” a southern-noir motion picture wouldn’t be precise since this film is set against city ghettos as opposed to the byways of a residential community. There are some similitude’s between the two however as they both element the same gathering of underclass individuals furthermore highlights trappings of a great noir story. The huge contrast between David Scott Hay’s film and something like, say, “Two Step”, is that the riddle exists as a system to hang the exhibitions on.