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Laura Black has got it. She has got her master's in computer science and she has got that great job in Silicon Valley. Time to say 'bye bye' to mom and dad and to leave Virginia. Everything seems to be fine with one exception. That guy Richard Farley at her new job. If he would stop his attempts to date her. For weeks his psycho terror has been going on now. Laura decides not to let him win. She does not want to be his 'victim'. May be an official complaint about Farley would solve her problem? Written by
After Richard Farley (Richard Thomas) has blown Lawrence Kane "Larry" (John Durbin) away, he then prepares to blast the main doors made of glass when a car pulls up and its horn is sounded. Farley turns, shoots at the car and blasts the glass in the front passenger's window. The car then reverses away at speed. See more »
After Laura's been shot she goes out into the hallway and leans her back against a mural on the wall - the cameraman is reflected in the glass of the mural. See more »
[Farley has cornered Laura in the washroom at a bar]
I spent the whole day at Project Concern and I have no intention of *ever* going back there again. You and Penny and Chris, you have no idea of who you're messing with here.
[to another woman]
Go get the manager, now!
I want you to get out of my way.
You think I'm a joke, don't you?
No Rich, I don't think you're a joke...
Don't talk down to me!
[smashes a towel dispenser off the wall]
Don't you understand? Why do you want to find out ...
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this was not a bad movie at all and i have to say,having been a fan of Brooke shields for years i think this was her first outing at actually being able to show her acting strength.she has just gotten better and better but i was totally impressed with her performance.the movie itself can slow in parts a little bit the last half hour certainly makes up for it.i did not expect such an entertaining finale from a t.v movie.although Richard Thomas did a great job,this is Brooke's film as her screen time shows and she made the most of it.the only let down with the film are the co-stars .the look of them and their acting abilities are woeful and you wonder how they got their jobs-all except for Laura Blacks flatmate that is,who does a fair job.
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