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Robert Downey Jr.
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Robert Downey Jr.,
Natasha Gregson Wagner
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Claire Cooper dreams strange things from time to time. One night, she dreams about a little girl being taken away by a stranger, right in her neighbourhood. When her own daughter Rebecca is kidnapped and murdered only a little later, Claire is sure about the chilling truth that her and the killer's mind are connected to each other in dreams. But nobody believes her being able to foresee the killer's next steps, as she could with her own daughter. In addition, the nervous breakdown she suffers gets her into a mental facility after a suicide attempt. And here, locked away in a padded cell, she dreams of her husband being murdered... Written by
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Aidan Quinn dream scene filmed in the halls of the Wentworth By The Sea Hotel in New Castle, NH. At the time it had been abandoned for many years. Today the Hotel is a thriving Marriott destination. The Hotel was also the site of the Russo/Japanese Treaty at the turn of the 20th century hosted by President Teddy Roosevelt. See more »
During sentencing, the judge tells Vivian "the State of Massachusetts has declared you insane," thus making him ineligible for the death penalty. In legal parlance, Massachusetts is always referred to as a Commonwealth, and does not practice the death penalty. See more »
[Helping daughter rehearse lines from Snow White while walking through trees by lake]
[In sing-song voice]
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the fairest of us all?
[Skipping through trees by lake]
[In sing-song voice]
You're the fairest in this hall but Snow WHITE is THE...
Come on Rebecca, forget it's a play. Just, say it like you're saying it to me.
Snow White's the fairest of them all.
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I almost walked out several times. The story is very convoluted, and makes no sense. And although I like Annette Bening, far too much emphasis is placed on her character - I mean do we really want to spend half the movie watching her overact because the script is so weak? Robert Downey Jr. is great as usual, although I have to agree with a previous reviewer - he did look like he was on drugs the entire time...;) Unfortunately, it looks like the Director was on drugs too - parts of the movie are outstanding, and wonderful to watch, but mostly it drags and never really comes together as a whole - worth renting on video, but not seeing in the theater.
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