Sea of Love Movie Summary
In the “Sea of Love”, Frank Keller is your cliché riddled, New York City homicide detective. He’s great at his job; constantly at odds with his supervisors, divorced, and of course, a raging alcoholic. His ex-wife seems to be a badge chaser, since she remarried another homicide detective with zero personality, which only seems to feed Frank’s depression about reaching middle age and his 20th anniversary as a police officer; his true mistress.
Between sessions of bellying up to the bar, Frank is assigned to investigate the murder of a man in Manhattan who has been found shot dead while face down in his bed, naked, listening to an old 45 record of “Sea of Love”. I know what you are thinking, must be a suicide by twerking, but Keller is not your ordinary detective, and this super sleuth immediately believes that this man was a victim of foul play, and not the laugh out loud kind that involves an albino, Goldie Hawn, or a warm cucumber. Keller finds three clues that support his theory. A lipstick-smeared cigarette, a want-ad that the dead man placed in a newspaper, and fingerprints of the perpetrator.
Keller’s theory of murder is eventually supported when he eventually meets Detective Sherman Touhey, a monster of a man, played by eternal 80’s side kick John Goodman. Touhey tells Keller that he is also investigating a man who died of in a similar manner in Queens. Touhey suggests that he and Frank collaborate on their investigations, and although everything about Frank screams “lone-wolf,” Keller agrees to join forces with the future King Ralph without hesitation.
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