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Backstreet Dreams (film)

Backstreet Dreams
Directed by Rupert Hitzig
Jason O'Malley
Produced by Jason O'Malley
Lance H. Robbins
Written by Jason O'Malley
Starring Brooke Shields
Jason O'Malley
Sherilyn Fenn
Music by Bill Conti
Distributed by Vidmark Entertainment
Release date(s) 1990
Running time 96 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Backstreet Dreams is a 1990 drama movie starring Brooke Shields, Jason O'Malley, Sherilyn Fenn and Anthony Franciosa. It was directed by Rupert Hitzig and Jason O'Malley.


Dean, a young hood, and his wife take their disturbed young son, Shane, to a clinic where the boy is diagnosed by Stevie, a psychologist. They discover that the boy is autistic. As the couple's marriage falls apart, Stevie believes she can help Shane as well as possibly help Dean break away from the backstreet dealings that he is living with.

Main cast

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • TCM Movie Database

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