A color-blind psychiatrist Bill Capa is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friend's therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that Capa begins having intense sexual encounters with.
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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.Written by
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In the trailer Ashland (Jeff Corey) can be heard saying offscreen to Bill Capa (Bruce Willis), "You've fallen into a trap". Likely in an attempt to add a layer of intrigue. See more »
Shortly after his patient's suicide, we see Bill from behind talking with an another man, and he makes some comment about suicide and motions to his head with his right hand. But when the camera shows him from the front, he is putting his left arm down. See more »
Hey! Listen up, you fucking daffodils! You gonna leave me hanging here all night, huh? Get me down, you goddamn cuckoos! Get me some fucking Band-Aids! Come on, you fucking daffodils! Get me out of here!
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After the credits roll, Hector can be heard calling for help because he is still hanging on the wall. See more »
In one version, there is a scene where Casey leaves Capa a message on his answering machine, which is followed by the scene where Capa returns his phone call. Later, Capa climbs the building and discovers Casey's desecrated body. This scene has a different color-changing effect than what's shown in the US release. Immediately following that is a scene where Capa, Martinez & the Coronor discuss the possibility of it being a homosexual S&M killing and whether it could have been committed by a man or a woman. See more »
Just to See You
Performed by Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro (as Lowen & Navarro)
Written by Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro
Songs of Polygram Intl. Inc. (BMI) / Eric Lowen Music / Dan Navarro Music (BMI)
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A good mystery movie with an unexpected final
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...
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