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I'm him watching like the angel of sorrow, just like you wrote
I read somewhere people know who they're going to kill it's true though mine all died in a crash sad yes sad... sad... sad come on let's get our minds out of this sad stuff
Your writing my story... no use running to the police Bruce i'll be gone i'll be long gone... nobody NOBODY Catches Me. I only did what always thought of doing these ordinary ugly suburban people who go for the latest and cheapest junk... junk right couldn't sell...
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Most will find this movie slow and sluggish. There really is not a lot of action, but plenty of dialogue and suspense. An out of work writer (Dylan McDermott)house sits a vacant mansion, where he decides to write a book about the wealthy family that was murdered there. His agent and former lover(Sharon Stone) tries to shame him into submitting a masterpiece novel for publication. The stalker/murderer who slaughtered the family arrives and ends up helping McDermott write in detail.
My favorite scene is where the tantalizing Miss Stone lifts herself up out of the swimming pool to smooch McDermott. A second viewing will help you make sense of this dark drama.
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