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In the original shooting script, the character of "Detective Rowland" was written to be portrayed as a "thin, pale, nervous-looking, 35-year old MAN". During the film's casting process, the director October Kingsley concluded that there were just too many male characters in the film, and not enough strong female characters. Kingsley decided to offer the crucial role of "Detective Rowland" to Hollywood legend Faye Dunaway instead of casting yet another typical male in the role. Dunaway read the script and within 24-hours after reading the script, Faye Dunaway accepted the role of "Detective Rowland". See more »
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My previous review deleted, I am trying to be indulgent
Okay, my previous review was deleted by IMDb based on an abuse report filed by another user. Good, are you the director of this crap? The movie is mediocre and I'm not the only one to think it is an awful movie.
I will try to be indulgent.
This isn't just an incredibly bad movie, it is truly the worst film ever made. The director has graduated to being a terrible director, a terrible actress and a terrible writer. The script is a nightmare of crass and student dialogues.
I can forgive Faye Dunaway. She starred in Bonnie and Clyde, won an Oscar and is now reduced to do this dog in order to raise money for her own film as director. She is the only actor of the movie.
I've been indulgent.
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