One of Eliot's poems about Apeneck Sweeney in The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock became the basis for this film. I have no idea why or for whom Mr. Elliot wrote it (for himself?), yet it covered much of the disorientation one might feel at a party like the one we assembled for the occasion of its filming.
One of the women attracted our attention by very happily changing in front of us. I will always remember her as being a daughter who proudly describes her father's occupation as "creating a vacuum, and then filling it."
Susan McCarn had already starred in Jeff's prior film, "Near Involvement," which explored the floating stageline I describe in "Storm Cloud."
John Minoli, portrays The Title Role. Here's a link to the film.
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