Directed by Harold Becker
George C. Scott
Harold Becker (The Onion Field) directed this bold, riveting and deviously entertaining thriller starring Alec Baldwin (Glengarry Glen Ross), Nicole Kidman (Eyes Wide Shut) and Bill Pullman (Lost Highway). An easy-going college deans quiet New England world has just been terribly disrupted, two coeds have been raped, a third has been killed, and the police are beginning to suspect him. At home, bills are piling up, his wife is developing severe stomach cramps and the new tenant - a devilishly handsome surgeon - is regularly "entertaining" nurses late into the night. Little does Andy know that all of these events are related... and that he's about to be blindsided by something more daring and deadly than anything he could have ever imagined! Boasting an excellent supporting cast that includes George C. Scott (Bank Shot), Anne Bancroft (The Graduate), Gwyneth Paltrow (Se7en), Bebe Neuwirth (TV's Cheers), Peter Gallagher (Late For Dinner), Josef Sommer (Witness) and Tobin Bell (The Saw Franchise), this spine-tingling thriller was beautifully shot by the great Gordon Willis (The Godfather Trilogy).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Original Theatrical Trailer
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