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John Neville
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Tommy Ludlow
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Donald Phelps
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Michael Reisler (as R.J. in opening credits)
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Sal Volpe
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Lulu
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Elaine Cassell
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Steve Marachuk ...
Robert
Meg Mundy ...
Doris Spenser
Marilyn Meyers ...
Sheila Weissman
Gary Bayer ...
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Suddenly Laura Mars can see through the eyes of a serial killer as he commits his crimes. She contacts the police and with the aid of a police detective, tries to stop the killer. But first, they have to figure out who it is. Written by Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>

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2 August 1978 (USA)  »

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$7,000,000 (estimated)
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First ever credit as a producer (an associate) for Hollywood producer Laura Ziskin. See more »

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When Laura is demonstrating to John Nevlle with the video camera, crew members are reflected on the monitor/TV screen. See more »

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Laura: I'm completely out of control!
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The film's closing credits roll over the first image of the movie, a black and white image of Laura's eyes as a negative. See more »

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Native New Yorker
Performed by Odyssey
Produced by Sandy Linzer & Charles Calello
Written by Sandy Linzer (uncredited) & Denny Randell (uncredited)
Courtesy RCA Records
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Everyone Loves Faye but Me
28 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I understand that this was filmed and set in the 70s in New York and I think it's meant to mirror some of the avant garde style of that time and locale, but I couldn't stand Faye's acting style in this film. Her character is supposed to be a strong, successful, visionary/controversial photographer. She seemed to start many scenes playing just that, but would then quickly fall to pieces and appear to not know where she was, what she was doing, or how to answer a simple question. This happens over and over. I felt like I was watching over- acting from the 40s.

The rest of the cast saved it for me. Especially Brad Dourif and Tommy Lee Jones.

I liked the general story and premise, but even at only 104 minutes, it felt drawn-out.

A lot of people seem to think the ending was predictable. It caught me pleasantly by surprise!

I doubt as many people will be as put off as I was by Faye's acting in this particular film, so I would recommend this with my own reservations. I love supernatural movies and whodunits, and this was an interesting combination of both. It is definitely dated, though. Good luck.


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