‘What decade, friends, is this?’ Uptight businessman Jeff Daniels hooks up with a ‘wild’ good-time girl played by Tippi Hedren’s Bloody Daughter, commits a few petty thefts, smashes a few shop windows and visits her parents, to the consternation of her ex-convict dad. All this cyan-and-magenta-tinged whimsy takes place to a soundtrack of almost compendious mid-’80s-ness. There’s UB40, here’s New Order. Oingo Boingo, inevitably, turn up (did these buggers exist outside of film soundtracks?) You’ve got the Fine Young Cannibals not doing their one good song (nor, for a mercy, any of their bad ones). You’ve got Timbuk 3 doing… well, have a guess. And most of all, you have perennial college rock also-rans The Feelies (whose Wikipedia entry refers to ‘shimmering soundscapes’ with what we can only assume is that site’s regulation gauche sincerity), cameoing, suitably, as a genuine college rock band, and slaughtering David Bowie songs in the process.