PG | | Adventure, Mystery, Thriller
In Bermuda, two amateur treasure-hunting divers have a run-in with local criminals when they inadvertently discover the secret cargo of a World War II shipwreck.
Reportedly, Jacqueline Bisset and Nick Nolte didn't get along well when the movie began, but ended up having a romantic relationship for most of the production schedule. This made producer Peter Guber very happy because he felt that the more chemistry the two leads had, the better the perilous dramatic scenes involving them would work in the movie.
Anyway, rum's not drinkin', it's survivin'!
Right after Gail had the voodoo encounter in her hotel room, we see Sanders (Nick Nolte) sitting and talking with Treece. He is toying with a cigar in his fingers. The cigar is wrapped in its protective plastic/cellophane wrapper. The view goes to a closeup of Sanders running the cigar under his nose to smell it, and we see the cigar is clearly bare - no longer wrapped in its plastic wrapper. Then the camera angle goes back to the long shot, and Sanders is once again toying with the cigar, only now it's in the cellophane wrapper.
Opening credits prologue: Bermuda
The video version issued in 1993 by Columbia Pictures Home Video features some alternate/extended shots. This version runs 125 minutes and is rated R. Some differences are:
$6,835,540 19 June 1977