At the end of the movie when the headlines are shown, one headline reads "murder trail" instead of "murder trial". See more »
Will the defendant and her counsel please rise... Mr. Foreman, have you come to a unanimous verdict?
We have your honor.
On the charge of first degree murder of Harry Berge, how do you find the defendant?
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A remarkable number of people were thanked at the conclusion of the film. Under the heading Thanks to: there were 158 individuals named. Then under the heading Special Thanks to: there were 184 organisations, cities, and individuals named. Finally under the heading Very Special Thanks a further 22 individuals were named. These were followed by the logos of 6 corporations. That's 370 "thank you"s. See more »
Written by Jenda Wight , Nicholas Rosenthal, and Tommy Mokas
Performed by Jenda Wight
Courtesy of The Next Ajenda Publishing and Casa Nova Studios Publishing See more »
Thora Birch made a vivid impression with her talent, her carefully flat affect and her poetic appearance in "American Beauty". Now, in "Winter of Frozen Dreams", all three qualities are back on display. Her ghostly complexion haunts the film, in which she is the centerpiece femme fatale.
The film, set in a small town in mid-winter, has an unusually strong sense of colour and a very successful handling of visuals overall. Both the anti-heroine and the landscape from which she emerges are carefully pictured and scorchingly cold.
Keith Carradine wins out with dialogue, as the jaded detective about to retire. His character follows the trail of Thora Birch with one wry remark, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, after another.
As a portrait of a brilliant psychopath, the film kept me rooted to the spot as I studied Birch's careful depiction.
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