Picks and Pans Review: Sketch Artist
Jeff (Lawnmower Man) Fahey plays an artist who produces composite sketches of suspects for the police. As he works with a motorbike messenger (Drew Barry more) who might have witnessed a murder, Fahey becomes convinced that the woman Barn more is describing as fleeing the crime scene is his wife (Sean Young).
That leads him into a web of deception and cover-up. The movie is nicely acted by a solid cast that includes Frank McCrae and Charlotte Lewis. But it's decidedly light in the suspense department. Whether Young did it or not, there is no sense that anyone else is in danger. Then there are the implausibilities: Win would a police sketch artist be brought to every murder scene? Don't they have cameras in Los Angeles? There is some nudity, but the exposed chest we see most often belongs to Fahey.