In a wealthy and isolated desert community, a sound expert is targeted as the prime suspect of a series of brutal murders of local suburban housewives who were attacked and mutilated in their homes. As he desperately tries to prove his innocence, his young wife starts to uncover mysteries of her own... Written by
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, fascinated by Apache legends, came up with the film's title: the phrase "white of the eye" described those who look too closely into the eye of violence and how being a witness leaves a mark upon the viewer. See more
The Detective says to Paul that they know of four people who have bought tires with tracks matching those at a murder scene and Paul is one of them. Paul then asks "What about those other four?" when he should say "What about those other three?" See more
Goddamn, I knew he'd come by. I knew you'd come by. I just knew it. I saw this whole place on television. On this tv I've got in my head.
That's right, Paul. Reruns.
In the opening credit montage the films title dissolves in from a negative image of a sun glare. See more
Slim Jenkins Joint
by Booker T. Jones
Written by Al Jackson Jr.
(uncredited), Booker T. Jones
(uncredited), Donald Dunn
(uncredited) and Steve Cropper
(uncredited) See more