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Although this film was a box office flop, this film did very well in home video market; according to Billboard magazine, this film was even one of the Top 20 most-rented films in 1995.
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Jane March planned to require the filmmakers to alter some of the film's nude scenes, but she eventually didn't do so because her working experience on the film was very happy.
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Jane March stated that she "wasn't at all comfortable with the nudity" in the film.
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MAXIM magazine had named this film's sex scenes as the best sex scenes in film history.
Standees sent to movie theaters for display were sent in a box marked "The Walt Disney Company" and featured a close up of Jane March's face in an obvious erotic embrace.
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Director Richard Rush clashed with producer/financier Andrew Vajna over the final cut of the film. Rush wanted his longer, eccentric, cut to be released, but Vajna wanted the shorter, and more conventional, 121 minute version released. Vajna eventually got his way.
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This film is listed among The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made in Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson's book THE OFFICIAL RAZZIE® MOVIE GUIDE.
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The Malibu house used as a main setting is the same house similarly used in Ritual (2000).
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The first Golden Raspberry Worst Picture "winner" to take that Award and not receive even one other RAZZIE.
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The title Color of Night is related to Dr Bill Capa's (Bruce Willis) colourblindness. He sees grey rather than red.
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In the scene when Dr Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) returns home from jogging, then opens his mailbox and a rattlesnake pops out, causing him to fall onto his back in fright, then he grabs a shovel from a gardener's truck and uses it to hit the mailbox causing the rattlesnake to jump out and slither off into a field, a similar scene happens later in the film. This is when Bill is being chased in his car by the menacing driver in the red car with the black windows. A gardener's truck gets crashed into on the freeway and some tools fall out of it. In both scenes Bill was in danger.
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In the final showdown which takes place in the warehouse, when Dr Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) sees for himself - after paying an unwelcome second visit to Edith Niedelmeyer (Shirley Knight), when she revealed a breakthrough - that Rose (Jane March) had been disguised as his patient Richie in therapy sessions - as well as Bonnie, not in the group - and so Bill removed the Richie disguise to reveal Rose. Then Dale Dexter (Andrew Lowery), also Rose's brother discovered them and turned nasty with his nail gun against Lt Hector Martinez (Rubén Blades) when he tried apprehending Dale and got distracted. Dale then trapped Bill in a cage, was nearly ready to kill him and got killed by a shot nail by Rose. She was devastated at killing her brother, tried to kill herself - the nail gun fortunately stopped working - and then climbed up the warehouse tower ladder into a fierce rainstorm. Bill went up after her fast and as they were prancing around on the flat roof, impressive shots of LA, mainly of car headlights could be seen. Bill manages to save Rose from falling to her death, the tower lights glow red and his colourblindness has gone.
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