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Tale of Tails - Pilot / Tale of Tails - Where's Amber?

episodes 1 & 2

USA 2021
produced by
Harley Wallen, Kaiti Wallen, Tevis R. Marcum, Steve Kopera, Mike Hamilton (executive), Courtney Hamilton Vanloo (executive), Joseph Kelbie Williamson (co) for Painted Creek Productions, Chapter 3 Media
directed by Harley Wallen
starring Harley Wallen, Kaiti Wallen, Tevis R. Marcum, Jessika Johnson, Alyssa Caswell, Grover McCants, Brett Stanfield, Jovie Lyn, Jerry Hayes, Daron Cruickshank, Yan Birch, Blanca Blanco, Dominique Alexander, Alicia Echevarria, Heather Fairbanks, Salina Gusmano, Robert Holland, Bill K. Kenney, Brian Martinez, Dennis Pank, Jason Skindell, Stacey Calloway, Tennille Taraszkiewicz, Stephanie Makari Yousif
written by Steve Kopera, Harley Wallen, created by Tevis R. Marcum, Harley Wallen, Steve Kopera, music by Allen Lynch, Randy Lynch, title song by Bennie Velez

TV-series
Tale of Tails

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Back in the day, Nick (Harley Wallen) has started the Tails Club, a mid-range topless strip club with backrooms for you-know-what, mainly to have a constant supply of booze and pussy, and this somewhat opportunistic approach has served him fine so far, even if Vikki (Jovie Lyn), his confidante and sort-of girlfriend, insists he could do much better and someone is skimming off the liquor. But the club turns a profit, so no big deal. Then though, one of the dancers, Amber (Kaiti Wallen), is found o.d.-ed on the club's toilet, and Nick has her body disappear to avoid trouble. Thing is, Amber was the sister of an ambitious young cop, Alison (also Kaiti Wallen), and even if she's not officially assigned to the case by her official (Grover McCants), she starts investigating as she considers the detective on the case, Jones (Brett Stanfield), not all that capable. And Alison is one who can cause Nick a lot of problems. But it's not only that, Amber's mother Angel (Tennille Taraszkiewicz) also has her own way of finding things out ...

 

A very fine pilot that promises in equal parts crime and titilation, all woven into a rather involving story with interesting and colourful characters that are more than just stereotypes. And taking all this into account, what really gets one primed for more here is that the episode does have a story arc of its own, is its own narrative as well of set-up for things to come. And I for one am sure on the look-out for more.

 

 

 

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