Sheila Green is killed in a hit-and-run car accident while walking home from a party one night. A year later, her multi-millionaire husband, Clinton, invites a group of friends to spend a week with him on his yacht. Clinton loves to play elaborate games and he assigns everyone a secret - one is an alcoholic, another an informer and so on - that they are not to share with anyone. Every day for the next six days, they will call into a port where they will be given clues to discover one person's secret. The game takes a deadly twist when a murder tales place and it all has to do with the game they have been playing and the secrets that Clinton assigned at the outset. It all seems solved but all is not what it appears.
Any number can play. Any number can die.
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Did You Know?
A key clue to the resolution of the mystery is contained in the very title of the film. See more
In the crucial photograph of the six guests, they are lined up closer to the boat than they were when we saw the picture taken earlier, and at a different angle. See more
The last of Sheila should be an A. Hit and run doesn't begin with an A, does it, Tom?
Written by Mark Klingman
and Buzzy Linhart
Performed by Bette Midler See more