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A psychiatrist becomes romantically involved with the sister of one of his patients, but the influence of her controlling gangster husband threatens to destroy them both.

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Isaac Barr
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Heather Evans
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Diana Baylor
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Jimmy Evans
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Mike O'Brien
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Detective Huggins
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Alan Lowenthal
Agustin Rodriguez ...
Pepe Carrero
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Dr. Grusin
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Judge Costello
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D.A. Kaufman
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Hector
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Woman Speaker
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Dr. Lee
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Forensic Doctor
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Insurance Consultant Doctor
Lee Anthony ...
Judge
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Ambulance Attendant
Abigail Van Alyn ...
Night Nurse
Roger Bearde ...
Orderly
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Ambulance Attendant (as Dennis Matthews)
Tessa Koning-Martinez ...
Witness
Ernie Davis ...
Young Tough
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Old Spanish Man
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Jury Foreman
Jeff Tanner ...
Dinner Companion
Jeff Smolek ...
Hospital Security
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Sheriff's Deputy
Michael Sayles ...
Deputy Guard
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Ex-Girlfriend
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Maelani Atken ...
Waitress (uncredited)
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Moderator (uncredited)
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Hospital Visitor (uncredited)
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College Student (uncredited)
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Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited)

Directed by

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Phil Joanou

Written by

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Robert Berger ... (story) and
Wesley Strick ... (story)
 
Wesley Strick ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Richard Gere ... executive producer
Paul Junger Witt ... producer
Charles Roven ... producer
Kelley Smith-Wait ... associate producer (as Kelley Smith)
John Solomon ... co-producer
Tony Thomas ... producer
Maggie Wilde ... executive producer

Music by

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George Fenton

Cinematography by

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Jordan Cronenweth ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Thom Noble

Editorial Department

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Luis Colina ... assistant film editor
Kristen Helsing ... assistant film editor
Bob Kaiser ... color timer (as Robert Kiser)
Chris Peppe ... additional editor

Casting By

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David Rubin

Production Design by

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Dean Tavoularis

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Angelo P. Graham ... (as Angelo Graham)

Set Decoration by

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George R. Nelson ... (as Bob Nelson)

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Aude Bronson-Howard

Makeup Department

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Kareen Boursier ... hair stylist
Jane English ... makeup artist
Jack Freeman ... makeup artist
Mindy Hall ... makeup artist
Bob Mills ... makeup artist
Rick Provenzano ... hair stylist: Ms. Basinger
Gail Rowell-Ryan ... hair stylist
Robert Ryan ... makeup artist
Analisa Ravella ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Ted Kurdyla ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Pat Kehoe ... first assistant director
Andrew Miller ... second second assistant director
Eric Wall ... second assistant director
Don Wilkerson ... second second assistant director: San Francisco

Art Department

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David F. Bornstein ... construction foreman (as David Bornstein)
Sharleen Bright ... stand-by painter
Mark Knapton ... carpenter
Douglas E. Madison ... property master (as Douglas Madison)
Douglas T. Madison ... assistant property master (as Douglas Madison Jr.)
William S. Maxwell III ... lead person (as Bill Maxwell)
Sam Mendoza ... construction foreman
Barbara Munch ... lead person: San Francisco
James J. Murakami ... assistant art director (as Jim Murakami)
John J. Rutchland III ... construction coordinator (as John Rutchland III)
John J. Rutchland Jr. ... construction coordinator (as John Rutchland)
Mike Sasgen ... carpenter
Dale DeStefani ... foreman (uncredited)
Steve Gindorf ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
Lynn A. Johanson ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Michael Kolko ... set estimator (uncredited)
Wendy Riva ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Paul Swendsen ... muralist (uncredited)
John L. Wood Jr. ... propmaker (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Nicholas R. Allen ... boom operator
Wayne Artman ... re-recording mixer
G.W. Brown ... dialogue editor
Jeff Courtie ... adr mixer
Tom E. Dahl ... re-recording mixer
Joe Dorn ... adr editor
John Duvall ... foley editor
Christopher Flick ... foley editor
Melinda Garey ... assistant sound editor
David Gertz ... foley mixer
Amanda Goodpaster ... assistant sound editor
Mark Herman ... assistant sound editor
Franklin Jones Jr. ... re-recording mixer (as Frank Jones)
Blake Leyh ... supervising sound editor
Cybele O'Brien ... assistant sound editor
Lee Orloff ... production sound mixer
Peter Michael Sullivan ... sound effects editor (as Peter Sullivan)
Audrey Trent ... foley artist
Jerry Trent ... foley artist
Knox White ... cable person
Linda Whittlesey ... dialogue editor
Arnold Finkelstein ... sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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David Amborn ... special effects
Stanley Amborn ... special effects
James Fredburg ... special effects supervisor (as Jim Fredburg)
Paul Obest ... special effects
Michael A. Tice ... special effects technician
Richard Ratliff ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Brian Adams ... matte photography: DQI
Beth Block ... optical line-up: DQI
Kathy Chasen-Hay ... visual effects editor: DQI
Kevin Fitzgerald ... plate photography: DQI
Dennis Hoffman ... visual effects producer: DQI
Patric Kenly ... pinblock camera operator: DQI (as Pat Kenly)
Jeff Matakovich ... optical supervisor: DQI
Robert Scifo ... matte artist: DQI (as Bob Scifo)
Michael Shea ... plate photography supervisor: DQI (as Mike Shea)
Susan Sitnek ... matte photography: DQI
Hoyt Yeatman ... visual effects supervisor: DQI
Allen Blaisdell ... visual effects operator (uncredited)
Derrick Mitchell ... visual effects editor (uncredited)
James Valentine ... rotoscope supervisor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Eddie Braun ... stunts
Ed Hamilton ... stunts
Tracy Keehn-Dashnaw ... stunts
Jeff Smolek ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Greg Walker ... stunts
Brian J. Williams ... stunt double: Richard Gere

Camera and Electrical Department

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Roy Bean ... video assist operator (as Roy A. Bean)
Bobby Brown ... second assistant camera (as Bob Brown)
Jeff Cronenweth ... first assistant camera
Peter Davidian ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Pete Davidian)
R. Michael De Chellis ... rigging gaffer (as Michael DeChellis)
Ted Harrison ... best boy grip
Bob Ivener ... dolly grip (as Robert Ivener)
David James ... still photographer
Dennis Smith ... camera operator
Chris Strong ... chief lighting technician
Sandy Williams ... dolly grip
Doug Willis ... key grip
Glenn Corbett ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Gary J. Dodd ... additional photography (uncredited)
Jim Duggan ... company grip (uncredited)
Paul Jacobsen ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Randy Nolen ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Monty Woodard ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Davia Nelson ... casting associate: San Francisco
Debra Zane ... casting associate
Shannon K. Dunn ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giorgio Armani ... selected wardrobe: Mr. Gere
Marsha Bozeman ... costumer (as Marsha Brand)
Sharon Iris Crall ... costume supervisor (as Iris Crall)
John George ... costumer
Donna O'Neal ... costumer
Lahly Poore ... costume supervisor
David C. Robinson ... assistant costume designer (as David Robinson)

Location Management

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Serena Baker ... location assistant
Lance Hoffman ... location manager: San Francisco
Barbara McQuaid ... location manager: San Francisco
Allen Tinkley ... location manager
Errol Reichow ... assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Jeff Atmajian ... orchestrator
Sally Boldt ... music editor
Darrell Hall ... assistant music editor
John Richards ... music scoring mixer
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
Christine Cholvin ... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Hope Williams ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Steve Boyd ... transportation coordinator
Steve Imbler ... transportation captain
David Diaz ... driver: Uma Thurman (uncredited)

Other crew

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Diana Austin ... production accountant
Robert Berger ... consultant (as Robert H. Berger M.D.)
Madeline Farris ... assistant production secretary: San Francisco
Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Mona Friedman ... assistant: Mr. Gere
Eleanor Garrou ... assistant: Mr. Joanou
Mark Knapton ... Carpenter
Ruben Martinez ... craft service
Lyle J. Omori ... fitness trainer (as Lyle Omori)
Kim Roth ... assistant: Mr. Witt (as Kimberley Roth)
Marliese Schneider ... assistant: Mr. Roven
Michael Singer ... unit publicist
Eric P. Steckler ... assistant production accountant (as Eric Steckler)
Shawn Stevens ... crafts services/catering
Edward Stone ... staff assistant
Kelly Storey ... assistant: Ms. Wilde (as Kelli Storey)
Sib Ventress ... assistant production secretary (as Sib E. Ventress)
Bill Daly ... post-production accountant (uncredited)
Thomas A. Davila ... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
Curran G. Engel ... production office assistant (uncredited)
J. Patrick Kanehann ... production assistant (uncredited)
Shelley Michelle ... body double: Kim Basinger (uncredited)
Jay Roberts ... assistant accountant (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A psychiatrist (Gere) has an affair with his patient's sister (Basinger) who is married to a Greek mobster (Roberts). The mobster is a tyrant over his wife. The psychiatrist wants her to get a divorce, but she is afraid of what her husband would do. She has a medical condition that becomes apparent when she drinks. One night she drinks anyway and attacks her husband. The psychiatrist uses his professional pull to try and help her out of the consequences of her actions, but becomes uncertain if she is telling him the truth. Written by Ed Sutton

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Taglines A psychiatrist and two beautiful sisters playing the ultimate mind game. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Sang chaud pour meurtre de sang-froid (France)
  • Eiskalte Leidenschaft (Germany)
  • Análisis final (Spain)
  • Djevelsk spill (Norway)
  • Τελική ανάλυση (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 124 min
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Box Office

Budget $32,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $6,411,441, 09 Feb 1992

Did You Know?

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Trivia The medical name of the illness that Heather Evans (Kim Basinger) was said to have in the film was "pathological intoxication" which is a true real-life medical disorder that can exist. Also known as "pathological alcohol intoxication", according to M.H. Hollender in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, the condition "appears as a diagnostic term in DSM-II and DSM-III, is defined in a psychiatric dictionary and is described in several textbooks". See more »
Goofs When Heather jumps in bed with Isaac her hair is curly, but afterward is perfectly straight. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Wayne's World/Medicine Man/Final Analysis/Voyager/Rhapsody in August (1992). See more »
Quotes [Isaac Barr and Alan Lowenthal are talking about Heather Evans before Alan Lowenthal has met her]
Alan Lowenthal: I suppose now you're gonna tell me you have feelings for this woman?
Isaac Barr: To tell you the truth I can't I can't stop thinking about her...
Alan Lowenthal: Isaac, you know as well as I do that romantic love is a projection. You're not seeing this woman
Isaac Barr: Hehe, get out of here...
Alan Lowenthal: It's a vision... You're in a delusional state.
Isaac Barr: It's not delusional.
Alan Lowenthal: Yes it is. It's delusional. There is no human being, no woman that's so beautiful - so special - that all of your normal thought patterns
[Heather Evans enters the room]
Alan Lowenthal: Eh, can I help you?
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