This is one of the few B-grade movies you see where the title actually has some
significance in the story. The movie opens in the Blue Angel Café (by the way,
the ads are misspelling the name), a fairly decent nightclub, where Angie is a
singer. She is slowly getting popular, when Richard, an aspiring politician, goes
there one night with his wife and some friends. He is pretty impressed by her,
and can't get her out of his head. He somehow comes across a photo of hers in
a book, on which an invitation for a date is written.
The next thing you know, he just barges into her dressing room, and they have
a very passionate (and very quick!) lovemaking session. Quite obviously, the projector
guy must have felt that it wasn't necessary for us to know how Angie and Richard
met in the first place!
After this abrupt advancement in the story, it becomes difficult to follow the
movie. The dialogues are all quite incoherent, so you can't really make out what's
happening. Anyway, Richard tells Angie that maybe it's better that they don't
see each other anymore. He is concerned that it might affect his political career.
She is obviously very angry with him, and screams at him and sends him away.
Later, though, she calls him up in tears, and wants to see him. He goes and meets
her, but gets photographed by the press. This predictably ruins his political
ambitions. His wife leaves him and files for divorce, and he is forced to withdraw
his campaign for governor. In order to get away from it all, he and Angie go away
together for a holiday. She moves in with him, and even though he's paying a lot
of alimony and is having financial problems, Angie still goes around spending
a lot of money on shopping etc.
Richard is also forced to quit his party. So now he's without a job, and they
move into a smaller house. Angie even sells herself to help him. She goes back
to singing at the Blue Angel Café, and also poses for erotic photographs. Richard
takes to drinking heavily, they have a fight and he ends up leaving. Finally,
his wife comes back to him saying that she still loves him.
Angie searches for him and finds him again. Richard tells her that it would be
their last meeting, but Angie says that she'll be waiting for him at the club.
So, she starts singing at the Blue Angel Café, and searches for him there everyday,
but he never comes.
From one point of view, this is a sensitive movie about the problems that couples
face - infidelity, suspicion, unappreciated sacrifices... But sadly, this will always
be classified as a B-grade movie, and thus will never rise above mediocrity. As
far as sex in the movie goes, the trailers of other movies which are shown in
the theater are likely to excite the voyeur more.