ns bishop’s review published on Letterboxd :
I have watched this film more times than I can count. Why do I love it? Well, first of all, it's set in Chicago and takes full advantage of real neighborhood scenes. Rob's record store is at the corner of Milwaukee and Honore in Wicker Park, when it looked much seedier than it does today.. L tracks, the Biograph, Lounge Ax, coffee shops. Rob's scene on the Kinzie Street bridge. But mostly I love it because Bruce Springsteen appears to play some chords and advise Rob. You can catch Bruce at :43. Love it.