Jesse has to get out of Las Vegas quickly, and steals a car to drive to L.A. On the way he shoots a police man. When he makes it to L.A. he stays with Monica, a girl he has only known for a few days. As the film progresses, the police get closer to him, and the crimes escalate. Written by
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Of the love scenes in the film, Valérie Kaprisky
once said that they were not just acting: "It was wonderful working with Richard...He [Richard Gere
] gives you everything to react to. We were not acting the love scenes. They were half real. You can't say you act only when they say 'Action!'...I think it shows in the movie. If you don't really feel like doing it, it shows." Reportedly, during casting, Gere wanted Kaprisky cast because she was someone he would like to make love too. Gere and Kaprisky are seen in full frontal nudity in the film. Publicity for this film rumored the two to have had a personal relationship around the time that this film was made and released but this has been denied. Two of the French films that Kaprisky appeared in prior to this movie have been described as being soft-core or semi-porn. Moreover, semi-nude photos of Kaprisky were sold prior to this movie's casting to a photographer allegedly without Kaprisky's consent but these pictures were seen by producer Martin Erlichman
and led to her being considered, interviewed and cast in the movie. 'Valerie Kaprisky' was around nineteen years of age when this film was made and released whilst actor Richard Gere
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