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Sketch Artist II: Hands That See (1995)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | TV Movie 28 January 1995
Police sketch artist, Jack, helps blind rape victim Emmy describe her attacker.. a serial rapist and murderer who is now out to get her.

Director:

Jack Sholder

Writer:

Michael Angeli
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff Fahey ... Jack
Courteney Cox ... Emmy
Michael Nicolosi Michael Nicolosi ... Rothko
Jonathan Silverman ... Glenn
Michael Beach ... George
Scott Burkholder ... Zip
John Prosky ... Sherman Bochs
Robbie T. Robinson Robbie T. Robinson ... Umpire
Glenn Morshower ... Bill Loman
Paul Eiding ... Sydney Burroughs
Lin Shaye ... Bonnie
James Tolkan ... Tonelli
Stephen Rappaport Stephen Rappaport ... Brady Mullins
Cindy Katz ... Gina Papamichael
Aaron Seville Aaron Seville ... Ellison
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Storyline

When police artist Jack Whitfield (Fahey) learns about the serial killer that seems to be unstoppable, with no survivors, he's discouraged. But when he learns about an eyewitness survivor, Emmy O'Conner (Cox), things seem to unfold. What's the catch? The only surviving victim is blind. At first Jack is skeptical and all at once loses hope in Emmy. But when she describes her attacker with full and uncanny details, he's convinced. Soon Jack becomes closer to Emmy, and closer to finding the killer. Yet the killer is still out there... madder than ever. And this man will stop at nothing to get what he wants - unless Jack can stop him. But this task seems impossible, as the killer will even risk death to kill Emmy, the one who let his identity loose. His target. Written by Michelle Piekarus

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Experience the ultimate in blind terror. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Quotes

Emmy: I've been blind since I was a child... and, well, there are other ways to see.
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Connections

Follows Sketch Artist (1992) See more »

Soundtracks

Piano Concerto in C, K467
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by Marcus Barone
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Somewhat of an improvement over the first film
12 April 2010 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

I was very surprised to find out that they actually made a sequel to "Sketch Artist", because it didn't seem to be the kind of film that would demand a sequel. The first film was made in a lifeless production, and there didn't seem to be any kind of cult audience with it. Also, considering what the hero did in the first movie, it seemed very unlikely he would still be with the police force! Anyway, we got this sequel, and it is a slight improvement. There is some life here, some tension, some mystery, some curiosity as to how it will wrap up. Still, it could have been better. Fahey's character, for one thing, is almost a secondary character, when there should have been more focus on him. There are some questions, like how the crime inflicted on the blind character is kept murky when it should have been described early on, and just how the antagonist is exactly tracked down. Still, I will admit that this movie was pretty painless to sit through.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 January 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Feel for Murder See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Dolby SR

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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