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According to Kiefer Sutherland, while filming the rape scene with young Olivia Burnette, he had to stop several times to regain himself and refrain from getting sick.
'Jamie Lee Curtis' was originally cast as Karen McCann, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts with House Arrest (1996). The lead female role was in the end cast with actress Sally Field.
In the book, Karen's last name is Neuman instead of McCann
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Alexandra Kyle, who plays Sally Field's younger daughter, was also in A Time to Kill (1996), first released in the same year Eye for an Eye (1996), and also starred Kiefer Sutherland, who portrayed another unsavory character.
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Source novelist Erika Holzer "was not involved with the film production" according to website Wikipedia.
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When Karen McCann (Sally Field) follows Robert Doob (Kiefer Sutherland) making his grocery delivery, a man is seen in a telephone booth not speaking in English. This man is playfully swearing in Korean on the phone. Later, Kiefer Sutherland would star in a movie called Phone Booth (2002).
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A Hindi language Bollywood remake of this movie, Dushman (1998), was made and released around a couple of years after Eye for an Eye (1996) had first debuted.
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One of two theatrical feature film collaborations [to date, January 2016] of actor Ed Harris and actress Sally Field. The cinema movies are Eye for an Eye (1996) and Places in the Heart (1984). The two pictures were made and released around twelve years apart.
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The source "Eye For An Eye" (1993) book by Erika Holzer was the second novel written by her with the first having been "Double Crossing" (1983) which had been first published around a decade earlier.
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The movie was made and released about fifteen years after the similarly titled Chuck Norris actioner An Eye for an Eye (1981) except that this movie dropped the "An" from the title as per the name of the film's source 1993 Erika Holzer novel "Eye For An Eye".
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Final suspense-thriller genre movie directed by director John Schlesinger who was known for helming a number of suspenser films throughout his career such as Pacific Heights (1990), The Believers (1987), Marathon Man (1976), The Falcon and the Snowman (1985), and The Tale of Sweeney Todd (1997).
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The motto of the victims' support group was ""You show me your heartbreak and I'll show you mine".
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The film was made and released about three years after its source novel of the same name by Erika Holzer has been first published in 1993.
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In this movie, the Karen McCann character, played by actress Sally Field, has a daughter who is raped and murdered. Field had starred in around five years earlier a picture called Not Without My Daughter (1991).
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Actor Joe Mantegna portrayed a character, Detective Sergeant Joe Denillo, who had the same first name as his own.
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