Claudia Faith Draper is a high-end prostitute in New York City, and she has killed one of her clients. She claims she acted in self-defense; presumably a trial will ascertain the facts of the case. And yet, although Claudia has been indicted for manslaughter in the first degree, there's a good chance she won't be tried at all. The state of New York thinks she should be declared mentally incompetent to stand trial. Her well-to-do parents, perhaps fearing the scandal a trial would bring, also want Claudia put away. So the key issue in Tom Topor's 1980... More >>>