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A psychotic young man returns to his old neighborhood after release from prison. He seeks out the woman he previously tried to rape and the man who protected her, with twisted ideas of love for her and hate for him.

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Linda
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Harry
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Jamie
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Heinz
Michael R. Howard ...
Murray
Pierre Epstein ...
George
Jery Hewitt ...
Mr. Glascow
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Castro
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Willie
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Melanie
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Brita
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Sal
Jose Soto Jr. ...
Boy in Pet Store
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Mrs. Fitzgerald
John Seitz ...
Sullivan
Anthony Powers ...
Cop
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Desk Sergeant
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Mazola
Rose Gregorio ...
Mrs. Sabantino
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Bartender
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Esther
Jerome Collamore ...
Old Man in Bar
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Man in Coffee Shop
Frances Foster ...
Waitress
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Samuel Kemp
Ray Aranha ...
Arthur
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Plainclothesman
Robert Lempert ...
Neighborhood Person
Keith Reddin ...
Neighborhood Person
Pepe Douglas ...
Policeman
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Policeman
Alex Kramarevsky ...
Policeman
Tom Kudlek ...
Policeman (as Thomas Kudlek)
Mike Lisenco ...
Policeman
Regis Mullavey ...
Policeman
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Policeman (as Frank Patton)
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Policeman
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Policeman
Joel Segal ...
Policeman
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Policeman
Richard Thomsen ...
Policeman
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Woman in Deli (as Mary Small)

Directed by

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Tony Bill

Written by

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John Patrick Shanley ... (written by)

Produced by

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Tony Bill ... producer
George Harrison ... executive producer
Michael McDonnell ... associate producer
Forrest Murray ... producer
Denis O'Brien ... executive producer
John Patrick Shanley ... associate producer

Music by

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James Newton Howard

Cinematography by

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Fred Murphy ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Andy Blumenthal

Editorial Department

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Claudia Hoover ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Douglas Aibel ... (as Doug Aibel)

Production Design by

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Adrianne Lobel

Set Decoration by

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Linda Ekstrand

Costume Design by

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Peggy Farrell

Makeup Department

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Jean-Paul Davis ... hair stylist
Leslie Fuller ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Nan Bernstein Freed ... assistant unit production manager (as Nan Bernstein)
J. Boyce Harman Jr. ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Ingber ... second assistant director
Gina Maria Leonetti ... dga trainee
Timothy J. Lonsdale ... assistant director
Tomaz Remec ... additional second assistant director
Joel Segal ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Fred Chalfy ... leadman
John M. Dwyer ... property master (as John Dwyer)
Martha Fishkin ... property assistant
Edward L. McMillan ... set constructor (as Edward L. McMillan Jr.)
Thomas Hudson Reeve ... set dresser
Sonja Roth ... set dresser
Raymond M. Samitz ... construction coordinator
Robert Topol ... master scenic artist

Sound Department

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Ben Anderson ... sound transferer: Magno Sound
Gary C. Bourgeois ... re-recording mixer (as Gary Bourgeois)
Chris Carpenter ... re-recording mixer
Bill Daly ... sound mixer
Gary A. Hecker ... foley sound effects (as Gary Heckler)
Pieter Hubbard ... sound editor
Roxanne Jones ... sound editor
Jimmy Ling ... supervising sound editor
Michael Mason ... assistant sound engineer
Dean Okrand ... re-recording mixer
Bill Phillips ... supervising sound editor
John Phillips ... assistant sound editor
Rose Rosenblatt ... synchronizer
Hal Sanders ... sound editor
Alicia Stevenson ... foley sound effects
Maggi Travis ... boom operator
Mike Warner ... sound editor
Vincent Zabaly ... sound transfer

Special Effects by

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William D. Harrison ... special effects
Dan Kirshoff ... special effects assistant

Visual Effects by

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Clay Marsh ... optical line up

Stunts

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Bill Anagnos ... stunts (as Billy Anagnos)
Brenda DeYoung ... stunts
John Hayden ... stunts
Don Hewitt ... stunts
Jery Hewitt ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Kay Kimler ... stunts
Gary Tacon ... stunts
Suzanne E. Vaucher ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert M. Andres ... best boy (as Robert Andres)
Richard Crudo ... Steadicam assistant (as Richard P. Crudo)
Catherine Delattre ... still photographer
William Farber ... best boy
Ken Ferris ... camera operator
Mark Kahn ... electrician
Pamela Katz ... second assistant camera
Jeremy Knaster ... electrician
Tom Kudlek ... dolly grip (as Thomas Kudlek)
Bill Laberge ... electrician
Todd MacNicholl ... rigging grip
Constantine Makris ... camera operator
Gary Martone ... grip
John McElwain ... grip
William Moore ... rigging electrical best boy
Bill O'Leary ... rigging gaffer (as William O'Leary)
Charles Quinlivan ... grip
Rick Raphael ... steadicam operator
Joseph Rivers ... camera operator
Marc Rogers ... gaffer
Dustin Smith ... key grip
Susan Starr ... assistant camera
Jeffery J. Tufano ... assistant camera (as Jeff Tufano)
Scott Williams ... electrician
Zachary Winestine ... first assistant camera

Casting Department

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Sylvia Fay ... extras casting
Crystal Huntington ... casting assistant
Donna Morong ... casting associate (as Donna Jacobson)
Joy Todd ... extras casting
April Webster ... casting: Los Angeles

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Denise Andres ... wardrobe supervisor
Barbara Hause ... wardrobe assistant (as Barbara J. Hause)

Location Management

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Tom Gorai ... assistant location coordinator
Joseph Pierson ... location coordinator

Music Department

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Richard Bonynge ... conductor: "Lakmé"
Ray Cooper ... score producer
James Newton Howard ... score producer
Sara Sheranian ... assistant music editor (as Sara L. Sheranian)
Terrible Ted ... music editor
Robby Weaver ... score engineer (as Robbie Weaver)

Script and Continuity Department

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Eva Z. Cabrera ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Bill Curry Jr. ... transportation coordinator
Irv Gooch ... period car coordinator
Dennis Salomone Sr. ... assistant transportation coordinator (as Dennis Salamone)

Additional Crew

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Eugene Allen ... parking coordinator
Robert Baker ... production assistant
Helen Buck Bartlett ... assistant: Tony Bill (as Helen Bartlett)
Barbara Callahan ... production assistant
Craig Cannold ... assistant production accountant
John Chaiken ... production assistant
Gregory Choa ... parking coordinator
Dan Collins ... production assistant
David Dreishpoon ... craft service
Sharon Gaskins ... assistant production office coordinator
Esther Gordon ... production assistant
Linda Hanrahan ... dog handler
Charles Hunt ... production assistant
Molly Klein ... production assistant
Ron Magill ... penguin handler
Artie Malesci ... supplier: penguins
Michelle Morrissey ... production office coordinator (as Michelle Weinberg)
Teresa Race ... production secretary
Alison R. Rosenzweig ... promotions coordinator (as Alison Rosenzweig)
Larry Rudolph ... production assistant
Jennifer Ruscoe ... production assistant
Peggy Siegal ... publicist
Kate Smith ... assistant to producers
Gerrit van der Meer ... production auditor
Chris Watts ... production assistant

Thanks

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Jack Gilford ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Taglines Friends last forever. Goodness is its own reward. ...And there ain't no Indians in the Bronx. See more »
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Also Known As
  • 5 Corners (United States)
  • Cinco esquinas (Spain)
  • Pet uglova (Serbia)
  • Five Corners - Storbyens ansikt (Norway)
  • Kadun kasvot (Finland)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Budget $5,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The theme music was "In My Life" as performed by The Beatles. One of the producers of this project was George Harrison. See more »
Goofs Set in 1964, when Linda talks on her home phone with Heinz, the phone handset is clearly seen to have a modular plug connection to its cord. The now-popular modular plugs were not introduced until much later in the 70's. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Breakthrough Stars of 1991 (1991). See more »
Soundtracks In My Life See more »
Crazy Credits Nearly at the end of the credits there is the following paragraph: 'Many thanks to the Penguins in this film. They were treated most respectfully and no harm ever came to them in their work.' See more »
Quotes Heinz: ...and what he is going to do tonight?
Mrs. Sabantino: He is... he is going to die.
Heinz: Thank you mama, thank you.
[He carries her in his arms, and then throws her out of the window]
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