A man gets out of prison after fifteen years for stabbing his wife to death, and his social worker becomes convinced he was innocent. As she researches his case, and interviews other people who were involved, she begins to fall in love with him, as her friends warn her that he's dangerous.
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Past Passion. Past Terror. Past Murder.
Did You Know?
After significantly re-writing the script, Quentin Tarantino was given an associate producer credit on this movie (his first official screen credit). This movie features several Tarantino trademark pop cultural references. For example, in reference to a Peeping Tom-like recording of a murder, a cop says "It makes A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) look like Charlotte's Web (1973)." See more
Shortly after the two cops take Ben away, and Todd is in the house getting ready to kill Laura, the detective calls her and she pretends he is her father so that he realizes there is something wrong. He tells her that help is on the way. The two cops come back and are killed by Todd. The detective never calls back when the cops don't check in to say they caught Todd. See more
[Very last line as Todd goes for Laura and she shotgun blasts him
References Charlotte's Web
AM I LOSING YOU?
Words and Music by Mike Booth and Katherine Anne Porter
Performed by Mike Booth
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