Best friends Connie and Carla have always dreamed of fame and fortune, but their careers in show business are going nowhere fast. After witnessing a crime, they are forced to go on the run and keep their true identities secret. The dazzling duo stumble on an ingenious way to let their many talents shine. Now with a little luck - and lots of beauty products - they're going straight to the top, with plenty of side-splitting twists and turns along the way!
- Connie and Carla review by JD
Most of the film is set in a transvestite cabaret club. There are several camp sing and dance routines which rival Birdcage for gaiety. It is considerably less amusing than Birdcage however relying considerably on the farce of women pretending to be men pretending to be women. The salvation of this film is the acting talent of David Duchovny who gives this film real interest and emotion and plays the pivotal role between the dazzling duo and the San Francesco queens with a contrasting skill.