Cristina Carver (Angelica Maria) finds herself in dire straits after she arrives to spend some time with her TV-reporter husband (Dean Stockwell) who is visiting a Latin American country run by a military dictator. After a car accident one day, Cristina brings the helpful Col. Kostik (Donald Pleasence) home and then kills him in self-defense when he violently attempts to rape and murder her. Terrified, she covers up her act and hides the body, yet in spite of her husband's efforts to protect her, a local police detective starts to figure out what really happened.
Writer:Emerich Oross (original screenplay), Rafael Buñuel (screenplay), Michael Elliot (screenplay), Juan López Moctezuma (screenplay), Morrie Ruvinsky (scre
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Nathaniel B (ru) wrote: One of the scariest movies I've ever seen.
Galvy F (kr) wrote: When some people are just born to knock down people. When we are born to do other things, but have to either pick up after someone else why they get knocked down. When luving is about getting down and getting right back up. When the whole community is feeling the sting of getting knocked down, and cant get right back up. When its the whole economy tnat seems to be falling and getting right up. When some knock downs are a hard reminder of whose stronger, whose the boss, who we are doing this for, how much we hurt inside, how much we really need it and its the only thing to do when the worlds gone to shit. Living with that constant burn throughout your life, from the days of your dad to now as your older, it's a never ending struggle to live right and live good. When in the furnace, life gets hot when your trying to stay on feet, but get unexpecting knocked down. You try to get back up, but some knocks downs are longer to get up from, some we cat recover from anymore. Once we lost, we can't get back again. We get even hotter and realize we will never get back up again once we are into deep and in the wrong place and time. We can try stay cool and away, but our livelihoods depend on those that keep is on our feet, that keep us happy, together. What other reason do we get up for, if not a future with these people, the people we love waking up too each and every day. Once it's taken, some knock downs are harder to get up. Other knock downs motivates us for 1 thing, when we do something for someone else, everything doesn't matter and life can return back the way it was, but you know it ain't true. Life is done, and so are we. When we choose to take down something we have choice not too, but we do it for those who deserved to be knocked down for good. When it's not enough living by the books to try to get by, but realize it ain't working, and not enough which knocks us down when we got to live and do our job. When we have to go beyond the law to get the job done. When we have to go across to foreign places to knock someone down, to set things right again, but it won't be enough, our livelihoods is gone and permanently knocked straight down, that a God can't help us this time.
Ben C (it) wrote: Mediocre comedy that wastes a great female cast.
Doofy H (jp) wrote: Hahahahaha, this one was ridiculous! Tucker was way better in Friday though
Kristy P (jp) wrote: Ugh. Just UGH. Weird story...and then to find out that Leslie Hope is actually a dude that got a sex change...and to find this out AFTER Daniel Baldwin had already slept with her?? Ewwww.
Drew H (de) wrote: Very very forgettable. Seriously, I can't remember what it was about.
Luc L (kr) wrote: A very good and powerful drama with a wonderful performance by the lovely Lillian Gish.(08)