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When Richard Farley (Richard Thomas) arrives heavily armed at the building where Laura Black (Brooke Shields) works, he notices his former colleague Lawrence Kane (John Durbin) approaching him and says, "Hi Larry". Larry replies, "You can't be serious", when he sees the guns that Richard is carrying and walks on. Then Richard calls, "Hey Larry. Cowboys and Indians". He then shoots Larry and from there his madness escalates. See more »
When Richard exits the motor home and is about to enter the office building to go on his rampage, at least three crew members are reflected on the back of the car in the foreground. See more »
Richard Thomas is so good in this part it's scary. The first time I saw this I thought, he can't be that good an actor, he must be a maniac in real life. He does a very effective job, playing a techno geek who becomes obsessed with a coworker. He takes it from being just an annoying pest through the stalker stage, into the full blown maniac stage. Even when he is walking around with a shot gun he is very believable. No Rambo type violence, just a seemingly normal person who happens to be treating life like a video game. It is disturbing and you ask yourself, what would you tell your daughter or friend to do in that type of situation. All the legal avenues seem to make it worse. There are no easy answers. It definitely made me want to look into the case this is based on. Thomas was expected to carry the movie and he did. Brooke Shields was perhaps at her best in this part, but the whole movie hinges on if you buy into Thomas as the stalker and it does it quite well!
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