Color of Night

Color of Night

Richard Rush (1994)

134min
18 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Richard Rush was once a half-decent film-maker - take Freebie and the Bean or The Stunt Man, for example - but he came a cropper with this atrocity, which became notorious after some full-frontal shots of Bruce Willis were snipped by the censors. This is a lousy whodunnit, in which every member of a therapy group goes out of their way to prove they're madder than the rest. The nods towards a whole range of screen thrillers are laborious and the swimming pool love scene with "sinner from Pinner" Jane March is hilarious. This is so awful it can't be missed.

Summary

A psychiatrist takes over a murdered colleague's therapy group in LA, hoping to flush out the killer. However, his judgement becomes clouded when he breaches professional ethics and begins a torrid affair with an enigmatic woman - and discovers a psychopath is out to get him. Psychological thriller, starring Bruce Willis, Jane March, Scott Bakula, Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen and Eriq La Salle.

Cast & Crew

Dr Bill Capa Bruce Willis
Rose Jane March
Martinez Rubén Blades
Sondra Lesley Ann Warren
Dr Bob Moore Scott Bakula
Clark Brad Dourif
Buck Lance Henriksen
Casey Kevin J O'Connor
Dale Andrew Lowery
Anderson Eriq La Salle
Ashland Jeff Corey
Michelle Kathleen Wilhoite
Edith Niedelmeyer Shirley Knight
Director Richard Rush
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourGuidance: Violence, swearing, sex scenes and nudity. Available on: video and DVD
Drama