Joe Pesci plays a lonely tabloid photographer in ’40s Manhattan who has a darkroom in his car trunk and nerve to match his ingenuity. The plot gets uninterestingly complicated as he becomes involved with mobsters, the FBI, and the owner of a cafe-society joint (Barbara Hershey) who makes him go all soft. It’s not that there’s much terribly wrong with The Public Eye; there’s just not much terribly right. C
The Public EyeJoe Pesci plays a lonely tabloid photographer in '40s Manhattan who has a darkroom in his car trunk and nerve to match his ingenuity. The plot gets...The Public EyeDramaHoward FranklinRJoe Pesci plays a lonely tabloid photographer in '40s Manhattan who has a darkroom in his car trunk and nerve to match his ingenuity. The plot gets...1993-04-16Barbara Hershey
Genre: Drama; Starring: Joe Pesci, Barbara Hershey; Director: Howard Franklin; Author: Howard Franklin; MPAA Rating: R
Posted April 16 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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