Psychologist Bill Capa gives up his practise when he unintentionally pushes a patient to commit suicide. In an effort to come to terms with this tragedy he visits an old colleague, Bob Moore, who is subsequently murdered. The quest to catch the killer centres around a group of Moore’s psychologically disturbed patients, however equally as important is an affair which develops between Capa and the mysterious Rose.

Also Known As: Boja noći, Barva noci, To hroma tis nyhtas, Το χρώμα της νύχτας, I nattens mørke, Bara no sugao, Цвет ночи, Farba noci, Az éj színe, Farba noci Czech, Color of Night, Nakties spalva, Barwy nocy, Gecenin Rengi, Yön väreet, Tzeva Ha-Lyla, Цвят на нощ, El color de la noche, A Cor da Noite, Il colore della notte

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  • daniel-huerta
    daniel huerta

    Why everyone is SO mad about this movie? It’s not THAT BAD. Come on! This is a well-directed and acted feature. Bruce Willis is wonderful as Doctor Capa, and I think it is one of his best performances. He just proved here that he can act normal characters, and not only Die-Hard macho idiots. Jane March is very hot as Rose and the mystery of her apperances and disappearances sticks the spectator to the screen. Love and murder scenes do a very good job too, Dominic Frontiere’s music is charming and thrilling and Dietrich Lohmann’s cinematography is magnificent. Frankly saying, I liked it even more than The Silence Of The Lambs. I don’t know why…

  • alicia-pozo-perello
    alicia pozo perello

    Another of those so underrated sex thrillers that has everything. Right in the middle of the film, I had to pee. I wasn’t going anywhere. New York, Psychiatrist, Willis (he has acted better) who drove a patient (the great Kathleen Wilhotte) to jump out a window, has to get his mind back, where guilt has surged through him. He takes a vacation, flying to dunny L.A, to stay at an old colleague’s (underused actor Bakula) place. He’s also a psychiatrist, a more successful one thanks to a non fictional book he sold. He’s pad is great. He also a short future, as someone does him, where Willis, hit with a double whammy you could say, takes over the group, while being a prime suspect. I loved Ruben Blades in this, as the cop, one of the better, if probably the best performances, that alongside Henricksen who plays one of the patients, who’s carrying a lot of baggage. Now lets talk about the cooky, larger than life patients. No, lets not. Their just entertaining to watch. This movie really makes the patient group scenes fun, one of the best things I like about this movie. Willis also strikes up a hot relationship, with the so judged misjudged actress, March. You’ll see why in it’s shock revelation at the end, after all the nail gun shooting (“Owlll, I felt that”) and before the end credits come running too fast up the screen. Off the beaten track, like in other movies, with the credits running some fast, I don’t know why they even bother. Back to the movie. Color Of Night, is a fun treat yourself psychological thriller, (you’ll never guess the killer, unless your IQ is bloody high) which I never at anytime, got bored with. It’s entertaining all the way through, my favourite BW film. The sex scenes are great, amidst some car chases, one I absolutely loved, the over the top violence, highly approving, plus the great co actors who give their patient’s characters, spark, no more, than great character actor, Brad Douriff. These are the real actors, but for god sake, don’t look overlook March, in both her acting and her beauty.

  • tiffany-eaton
    tiffany eaton

    Color blind people are people who, by the will of fate, are forced to look at the world differently. In most cases, this disease affects representatives of a strong half of humanity , namely 2-8% of men. Discomfort in distinguishing three colors: red, green, blue, or their combination, of course, causes considerable inconvenience in the daily life of a person, and especially men. The inability to see the color of the eyes of his beloved woman, the shade of her lipstick, etc., all this is certainly difficult and painful especially from the mental health of a person.In the movie “The Color of the Night” in a similar situation is the character of Bruce Willis (Dr. Bill Capa). Once in this miserable 2-8%, he suffers from partial color blindness. But his psychoanalyst profession helps him cope with this ailment. Shocked by the death of his patient, he turns to his friend, and he, in turn, invites him to a group therapy session of his patients, who suffer from mental disorders and minor mental disabilities. Five completely different people of different sex, age and wealth. Gathering together, their lifelines connect willy-nilly at one point, and after the tragic events that take place further, the viewer will get to know these heroes more closely and, perhaps, feel a sincere sympathy or opposite feelings for some of them. This is up to you.”The Color of the Night” is not another film about psychoanalysts, far from it. This is a real detective with its traditional ending in the final. The main character falls to a difficult task: to deal with the “unraveling” of a cruel crime, while in the “meager” way of life comes the one that doesn’t care how many colors you distinguish.The color of night. He can not be confused with anything. The “thick” darkness that follows the day fascinates and scares at the same time. And the color of blood. What is he like? For those who look at the world like everyone else, there will be no difficulty in answering. But for someone who suffers from color blindness , and the blood will be a different shade . What will be its color, learn, seeing the film Richard Rush.

  • kleanthes-katsiles
    kleanthes katsiles

    When I saw The Man in the Iron Mask through to the end, I thought I’d reached the depth of cinematic embarassment. Color of Night, amazingly, is worse. In this straight-to-trashcan production by Alan Smithee wannabe Rush, Bruce Willis and Jane March co-star in what was probably intended as a psychological thriller, but turned out as a campy comedy with very few laughs. Support actors Pakula, Warren, Dourif and Blades murder lines from a script that should have never been considered for production. The plot roams, swerves and bucks without making any sense at any point in the movie. None of the characters convince or connect, and none of the dialogue moves or sparkles, though Dourif does try. The Raspberries go to Willis and March, though. Willis gets his for the worst script-picking of his career. And March for the mistake of thinking she’s in a Playboy feature – though the camera work supports this misconception. These two are supposed to be young lovers, but there is no recognizable chemistry whatsoever. Even the sex scenes are lame and unconvincing. Yes, we get to see Willis’s willy. And yes, there isn’t much of ms. March we don’t get to see. But I’ve never seen two actors who looked less like they enjoyed making out, and I’ve seen Attack of the Clones twice. If you’re reading this trying to decide if you want to rent this movie, just send me your five bucks. If you’re deciding if you want to watch it on TV, go to your bathroom and watch mould develop instead. You’ll have a better time.

  • suzana-zupan
    suzana zupan

    This is an excellent suspense mystery. It has scenes of a sexual nature , and is definitely not for children. Also the portrayals of the patients and the various mental disturbances is excellent. As a Psychology person I found it to be extremely compelling.

  • jarmila-dvorakova
    jarmila dvorakova

    I’ve seen the movie several times, and I really like the movie.It is one of those movies that you start watching because you have nothing better to do, but the second half makes you wish that you’d paid more attention to the first!Bruce plays the excellent confused lover opposite Jane March, but then again, who wouldn’t?!!?!! The “group” scenes are wonderful. They really make you feel like you are within the neurosis of the patients. It is very fun!I would highly recommend seeing the film, and then watching it. It’s well worth it.

  • anisoara-barbu
    anisoara barbu

    This was a off the wall choice but it turned out fair;y good. The little fact that i could not get is how did he get to live in the house after the owner died. and got to drive around in his car. we just did not see that part. movie was good had enough plot twists Ms Warren was nice and Bruce Willis wasn’t too bed either. It kind of threw you in the beginning with everything going on but finally got the just of things later. i wouldn’t mind watching it again

  • adele-lefort
    adele lefort

    This movie is most certainly not a masterpiece deserving of a perfect rating, but when I see a solid movie with ratings lower than some total trash I have no option but to overrate in order to contribute at least a little bit to what I think is a proper rating for a movie…That being said, this movie is actually a solid 7 in my book because it delivers a good plot without too many holes and without over-stretching my suspension of disbelief. It also delivers solid acting and well developed characters, including the support cast which is a rarity in modern Hollywood movies. In short, my feeling was that all the characters were played well, were believable and easy to connect with.Special kudos go to Jane March who is not only very beautiful and graceful in this role but pulls of a multiple personality role quite well in my opinion and is overall a pleasure to watch and this has nothing to do with the nude scenes which are just an added bonus for some of the audience…Finally, I suspect this movie is so poorly rated in part because of the aforementioned nudity as I noticed a trend in this regard with all the puritans racing to give a rating of 1/10 to any movie containing nudity.

  • bente-lie
    bente lie

    SOME SPOILERS! I must admit, my main reason to see Color of Night was for the hyped up sex sessions with her and Bruce Willis. I was surprised, to find out that the movie did get my attention, and I watched it to the end, and thought it was pretty good! Jane March was quite good, as the lovers of just about everybody in the group. It took me a while, before I recognized her, as the same woman in a scene with Lesley Warren’s character, as the doctor’s hot number. It might get a bit confusing, you need to pay attention, as the doctor attempts to uncover the entire plot. It’s not a fantastic film, but there are worse movies you could see! Look for the Director’s cut, so you can catch the entire sexual romp!

  • tiffany-green
    tiffany green

    This “who dunnit” is excellent in it’s cast and plot, to say nothing about the incredibly sexual scenes between Willis and Jane March (Demi must have had a fit!) . Trying to guess who the murderer is turns into a surprise ending worthy of your time. A 9 our of 10.

  • lukas-broekhoven
    lukas broekhoven

    The movie has a few moments that persisted in my mind for long: the falling woman scene at the beginning of the movie, the murder scene(you almost feel the pain from those knife cuts), of course very sincere love moments. The movie has great mystery that keeps you in investigation mood throught the movie.The images of this movie persist for long, not an ordinary movie. thanks to authors, Bruce and Jane.

  • varga-gulyas-rozalia
    varga gulyas rozalia

    Color of Night was widely panned and hyped for its sex scenes between March and Willis, but aside from that, it’s an interesting, cleverly constructed thriller featuring a fine performance from supporting star Leslie Ann Warren.Willis is likewise, and March delivers a sultry performance as the so-called “femme fatale” (although it’s revealed in the climax ending she was innocent). After all the reviews, I was expecting some big-budget, corny action/sex thriller; but I was obviously under a very wrong impression.Color of Night is an awesome pop-corn film and a fun party movie too.

  • angela-morales
    angela morales

    I got a kick out of this movie. Sure, the dialog is cheesy and the story a bit contrived…but there’s naked Jane March, easily one of the most beautiful women in movies today.Brad Dourif has also never given a poor performance.This reminded me of something Fred Olen Ray or Jim Wynorski would have done (not a bad thing in my eyes) but they could have done it with probably a tenth the budget. Sure, they wouldn’t have gotten Bruce Willis or Jane March, but it’s basically one of their movies with a bigger budget.This isn’t a title that I’d rush out to see, but will stop the remote when it’s on HBO and enjoy on that purely cheesy, total popcorn movie level.So solid movie, a few laughs (unintentional), naked Jane March and in the directors cut, naked Bruce Willis, Leslie Anne Warren in a lesbian scene with Jane March…what more could a b-movie fan want? 7/10

  • mato-licul
    mato licul

    Knowing nothing about this movie before I saw it, I have to admit that it surprised me with its plot-twists…but looking back, I should have known better! That’s the great thing about trashy movies: you can have a high time while it’s playing, knowing you’ll hate yourself the next day (and that you’ll never have to watch the thing again). Bruce Willis is a psychiatrist troubled by a patient’s suicide; he goes to stay with a friend and…to give any more away would be criminal! Suffice it to say, Bruce is nude in this one, and it’s a long-held sequence that gives star-peepers what they’ve paid for. I didn’t think the sex scenes were terrifically charged, but you gotta hand it to Willis: he takes a chance here and shows his courage. Yet there are times when he has question marks all over his face, as if to ask, “what’s a nice box-office star like me doing in a piece like this?” ** from ****

  • rosario-olivares-planas
    rosario olivares planas

    Now, I know this is not even close to being Willis’s best movie or role. I still thought this was a decent thriller. A good supporting cast with Brad Dourif(voice of Chucky, the best Horror icon ever!) & Lance Henriksen(who will star in just about anything these days) just to name a few.I can understand why Jane March hasnt done much, she’ll be type-cast as woman who takes clothes off alot. & yeah, this is as close to a porn flick as you can get, when it comes to big named actors in studio movies. In my opinion, there are worse movies with Bruce Willis. This is worth seeing if you’re in the mood for a adult-orientated suspense thriller…with quite alot of sex. & yes, ladies, You can see Bruce’s winky in this too.

  • klaus-gunter-hande-b-a
    klaus gunter hande b a

    The director’s cut, no pun intended, seems to be a much better film than the one that was shown commercially, but it still is a far cry from a satisfactory movie to watch. Richard Rush could have done better, but the psychological film we see, adds nothing to what has already been shown before.From the beginning we realize who the killer is, as well as the person with the multiple personality problem. It’s too obvious! The film relies heavily on the sexual attraction between Bill Capa and Rose. Much has been speculated in this forum about whether we are actually seeing Willis’ willis, or not. Since most male stars wouldn’t be caught dead showing their genitals, for obvious reasons, what is seen for a second in the pool scene is that of a body double. On the other hand, we see Jane March showing it all, which is a welcome attraction.Only the final sequence has any impact. There are many things in the plot that don’t add up and the viewer is ahead of the story at all times.Bruce Willis with a hairpiece looks good. Jane March has a better chance with the character she plays. Also Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen have their moments. The one that doesn’t come across well is Ruben Blades, an otherwise excellent actor trying to do a Columbo routine in this film.

  • rubenis-baba
    rubenis baba

    this film isn’t a complete loss, but it’s close. it pathologises transsexuality. it has lots of gratuitous sex involving a waif and an aging male – and i really mean gratuitous. i don’t need to see that much skin from mr. willis. although now i’ve met mr. willis’ willis…also, the makeup job on certain characters is very, very unfortunate.but at least it’s an interesting film. i mean, i watched it. there are worse.not the most ringing endorsement, perhaps, but if it’s late at night and nothing else is on cable, what the heck. at least you’ll be confused enough to keep your attention on the movie.

  • dott-rebecca-esposito
    dott rebecca esposito

    I used to own a copy of Richard Rush’s Color Of Night, and I could kick myself in the teeth for ever pawning it in times of financial despair. It’s one of the steamiest, wackiest and most ludicrous erotic thrillers that the 90’s has to offer. I’m not kidding, this one navigates its way to the edge of the map of believability and logic, and with a knowing wink, dives headlong right off the edge of it into realms of sweaty, sexy excess, characters so strange they seem to be from a looney toons episode directed by David Lynch, and a preposterous story that has to be seen to be disbelieved. That’s not to say I don’t like it; I love the hot mess and yearn for a re-watch, just as soon as I track down a DVD. Bruce Willis eases into the erotic tropes with gusto that would make Michael Douglas proud, playing color blind psychiatrist Bill Capa who gets a nerve shake-up when a distraught female patient (Kathleen Wilhouette in a cameo of gushing melodrama) takes a suicidal swan dive out of his forty story office to the NYC streets below. Soon after, he’s tasked with taking over a support group previously run by a colleague (Scott Bakula) who was murdered under mysterious circumstances. The group is populated by several oddball weirdos, one of whom may be the one who offed the good doctor Bakula. There’s tortured ex cop Buck (Lance Henriksen, always welcome and one of the only performers who takes things seriously here), OCD weasel Clark (Brad Dourif) and a host of others, all competing as to who can be the strangest red herring in the proceedings. Capa soon finds himself sexually involved with the impossibly sultry Rose (Jane March). And when I say sexually, I. Mean. Sexually. It’s hard to reach the clawing levels of heightened on-screen copulation that this baby throws at us without slipping into outright parody, and indeed sometimes it feels like we’re watching the 9/12 Weeks spoof scene in Hot Shots Part 1. It helps though, that March is breathtakingly sexy and spends a solid slice of the film absolutely in the nude, and slathered with all kinds of fluids, bodily and other. What doesn’t help? Willis’s grizzly bear fur coat of a torso and the moment where he bears his wee willy winker dinker in naked glory, making sure that anyone who didn’t quite get that image burned into their retinas with a similar scene in Pulp Fiction gets a glorious second chance here. Oh goody. Anyways, between bouts of feral coitus, Willis and March navigate treacherous waters to smoke the killer out and save their skins. They also get bothered by a bumbling detective (vivacious Ruben Blades) that would make Columbo proud. Supporting work is also provided by Kevin J. O Connor, Shirley Knight, Erick Avari, Eric Lasalle and Lesley Ann Warren who add extra incredulity to gild the already silly tone. It’s large. It’s loud. It’s oiled up. It’s a really unbelievable piece of violent eroticism, and despite everything… I loves me some Color Of Night.

  • marte-moe-dahl
    marte moe dahl

    As I sit and recall all the idiocies of this film, one of the most amusing that I remember is the idea put forth that a person with DID will disguise themselves to look like a different person when one of their alternates come out. In nearly eleven years of knowingly watching these patients switch from personality to personality, I have yet to see this happen. This is before we even get into the fact that Jane March’s behaviour during this film more closely resembles that of a person suffering mania – hypersexuality, paranoia, irrational fear, and so forth.Bruce Willis must also be wondering why he signed up for this stinker. I’m sure the shooting script must have looked wonderful, but a combination of extremely clumsy editing (the sex scenes in the middle of the film are a wonderful example) and poor character development turned this into another Plan 9 From Outer Space. To all of you who gave this turkey positive comments, I ask you to ask yourselves: what psychiatrist in their right mind would see patients in buildings where it is that easy for patients to off themselves? Especially in such a lawsuit-happy society as America? What psychiatrist in their right mind stays back late in their office without carrying a firearm when they know someone is stalking them? Finally, when was the last time you heard of a psychiatrist taking over a group of patients for a friend in the profession when one of them might have murdered him? Oh, and a special note on Ruben Blades’ role: even beat police are not that ignorant about psychiatry, an especially important element of their job considering how often they may be confronted by psych patients waving weapons in the middle of an episodic crisis.As a veteran of numerous therapy groups, I could not stop laughing at this film. If it had been approached with the intention of making a comedy, then it would have succeeded beyond all expectations. However, the advertising campaign and the babbling tone of the dialogue left me with the general feeling that this film was taking itself WAY too seriously. If you do take yourself that seriously, get a better script. If you have such a ridiculous script that will get laughed at by the 20% that will experience some form of psychiatric problem in their lifetime (that’s just a statistical fact based on reported cases… the real incidence may actually be higher), don’t take yourself so seriously. It’s that simple.

  • sandra-silva
    sandra silva

    There’s a good film in here somewhere just aching to get out, but the filmmakers seem more interested in playing Box Office Wheel of Fortune than caring about the quality of the product they’re trying to sell, and it makes `Color of Night,’ directed by Richard Rush, one of those movies that makes you shake your head and think, Ah! what could have been if only! And that single `if’ makes all the difference in the world with regards to what finally winds up on the screen.When his treatment of a patient fails and ends tragically, leaving him with some pronounced psychological damage of his own, New York psychologist Dr. Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) quits his practice and goes to Los Angeles seeking the solace and, perhaps, the help of an old friend and colleague, Dr. Bob Moore (Scott Bakula). Capa quickly discovers, however, that Moore is having problems of his own, apparently stemming from a weekly group therapy session he has been conducting for some time. Moore, it seems, has recently received some death threats, which he believes are coming from one of the patients of this particular group, though he hasn’t a clue which one, nor any proof of his suspicions. Moore invites Capa to sit in on the next group session, hoping for a fresh perspective and possibly some insights into the matter. At the moment, Capa feels incapable of actively engaging in the practice of his chosen field of endeavor, but in light of the fact that he’s Bob’s house guest, he acquiesces and agrees to observe the group. But it proves to be an inauspicious proposition for all concerned, and subsequent circumstances quickly put Capa at the center of just the kind of situation he left New York to avoid. Once the hand is dealt, however, he has no choice but to play it out to the end.Rush began his career as a director with low budget exploitation films like `Too Soon to Love’ in 1960, and ten films later achieved legitimate status with the highly successful black comedy, `The Stunt Man’ in 1980, for which he received an Oscar nomination (along with his leading man, Peter O’Toole). He did not direct again until this film, some fourteen years later, and during that hiatus, Rush apparently lost whatever expertise he had accrued by 1980, and his `roots’ are clearly showing in this one. The violence of the film is inherent in the story, but Rush makes it unnecessarily graphic; and while this could have been an incisive and insightful character study (and intrinsically more interesting), he takes the low road, fleshing it out instead with scenes of gratuitous sex and nudity, as well as superfluous action (he works in no less than two ridiculous car chases, one culminating in a vehicle being pushed from the top of a high rise parking garage). Furthermore, he ignores motivations and character development almost entirely; the two areas that required the most attention if this film was going to work at all. Rush especially lets his actors down, inasmuch as most of these characters presented real challenges that could have been met much more successfully with the help and guidance of the director. Rush would have served his actors, as well as himself, better had he taken the time to explore these people being portrayed with some depth. He apparently did not, however, and with one exception the performances by one and all suffer for it. In 1994, Bruce Willis simply was not the accomplished actor he is today, and he, especially, could have used some help in finding his character. it was help he obviously did not get, and his Capa ends up being too much John McClane and not enough Malcom Crowe. Willis flounders between the two personalities, creating a kind of schizophrenic characterization that seriously affects the credibility of his portrayal. And it’s the same fate suffered by Scott Bakula here. Even in the scenes which places them in their `professional’ setting as psychoanalysts, they are simply not convincing.Making the case of poor directing even stronger are the performances of Lesley Ann Warren (Sondra), Brad Dourif (Clark), Ruben Blades (Lt. Martinez) and Kevin J. O’Connor (Casey). Like Willis, all of them seem to have trouble defining their individual characters, vacillating between any number of personalities and unable to achieve that necessary, final focus. It’s the kind of indecisiveness that is usually resolved during rehearsals, but inexplicably made it to the screen here. The single exception is the performance turned in by Lance Henriksen, as Buck, who unlike his costars, somehow managed to find his character and make him convincing.The odd-‘woman’-out of the entire bunch is Jane March, who as Rose has perhaps the most challenging role of all, and when given the opportunity actually displays some talent. Unfortunately, Rush– for the most part– uses her in a way that is demeaning and without merit, and she becomes the object of a sleight-of-hand that is nothing more than a cheap trick Rush pulls out of his hat. And by failing to use her in a more productive way, by not concentrating on developing her character (which is so vital to the story), Rush commits his most critical error of all. The supporting cast includes Eriq La Salle (Detective Anderson), Jeff Corey (Ashland), Kathleen Wilhoite (Michelle), Shirley Knight (Edith Niedelmeyer), John Bower (Medical Examiner) and Andrew Lowrey (Dale Dexter). The high note of this entire project was played before it ever even got off the ground, that being the story itself; but screenwriters Matthew Chapman and Billy Ray proceeded to methodically remove any and all credibility it may have initially contained, and Rush took it from there, taking `Color of Night’ straight into that black hole reserved for movies that fail to deliver on their promise. It is not surprising that Rush has not directed a feature film since this one; once the magic is lost, it’s hard to retrieve. 2/10.

  • thomas-halvorsen
    thomas halvorsen

    I loved this movie! Willis and March are simply excellent. This is a movie that you’ll want to watch again and again. I think this flick was highly under rated! The sexual energy between Bruce Willis and Jane March is amazing. However, it’s the tiny nuances which really made the film fun to re-watch.

  • aina-zirnis
    aina zirnis

    Most people that comment here take the film and story serious as if it has to have taken place or something, to begin with! Look, I saw this film late at night and as a big Bruce Willis fan I liked it. And believe me, I’m not a moron, there’s nothing wrong with me. I just liked this film, it was good entertainment (just what a film is supposed to do), good thrilling, (just what a thriller should do!) and good acting. Nice of Brad Dourif to drop by in this film, I remembered him from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Billy) immediately.Now for the story, I think character building was adequate. Of course you must not think too much. No psychiatrist would visit their patients at home and there is more that doesn’t add up, but never the less, I was surprised with the end. People are getting killed and the killer is out there, really close to the main character. You really don’t know who did it, all though you have your hunches. And that makes a thriller worth while, I think. And about eroticism, this film has stuff for him and her. Bruce really looks great in jeans and you get to see him naked here! And Jane March is stunning, also naked. Beautiful sex-scenes and nicely edited. The film has a nice chase too, a Mercedes SL against a Camaro or Trans Am.Advice: see this film and judge for yourself! (and write it down here!) Switch your senses off and just let yourself be entertained. You’ll see, you’ll like it!

  • linnea-lindahl
    linnea lindahl

    This film isn’t nearly as bad as IMDb users made me think it was. Yes, there were a couple of fairly ludicrous things late in the movie, such as climbing the tower for no apparent reason, (but remember, that character was a loon) and especially the red Firebird on the top of the parking garage. I have an idea why these things were forced into the movie. Probably just because someone (Rush?) thought it would be cool to photograph. It’s sort of like porn, where the most common positions aren’t done to reflect real life, or because they are particularly erotic, or even comfortable, but because they provide the best camera angle. Aside from the last twenty minutes or so, the film was pretty good. Jane March being naked a lot helped, of course. It is odd that Willis’ character didn’t recognize her in her Bonnie persona while walking past her, she didn’t look that different. However, I wouldn’t have caught on that she was Richie, also. (NOTE: This is NOT a spoiler, because March is listed as all those characters in the cast list on IMDb, which I saw before viewing the movie.) The film has elements of many different genres, and could be thought of as a psychological thriller, an action movie, a dreamy love story, and a regular murder mystery. Bruce Willis turned in a good performance. As much as I try to dislike his smarmy, perpetual smirk, he has a certain charisma as an actor that I cannot deny. In spite of its flaws, this film is worth a look. Grade: B

  • dr-habibe-cetin-arsoy
    dr habibe cetin arsoy

    Looking at the other reviews, this film is like marmite – you either like it or hate it! I liked it quite a lot. Bruce Willis is quite enjoyable – you could compare it to The Sixth Sense – he’s a therapist in that one too. It’s the kind of film where there are preposterous moments that make you smile, but there’s enough good acting to outweigh that. Is it ‘so bad, it’s good’? – Yes at times it falls into that category – especially in the closing scenes. However, lots of credit to Jane March… call me slow on the uptake if you like, but I had no inkling that Ritchie/Rose are the same actress till the end. One thing that lets it down is the music – fairly corny at times, could have been much improved with a more original score. I think Dale should have risen one more time from the dead, to make it a truly ‘so bad it’s good’ film!

  • nick-briere
    nick briere

    This is a favorite movie of my wife and I. It stands up to our toughest test, i.e., it stands up to repeated viewing and seems better each time we watch it. Some object to the sex and violence but `get a life’ it’s just a movie,(as Lt. Hector Martinez (Ruben Blades)) would say `you Daffodils!’