PG | | Comedy, Crime, Romance
A New York district attorney works and flirts with his adversary and her kooky artist client, who is on trial for a murder she didn't commit.
When the judge instructs the clerk to call the next case, the clerk announces the "State of New York vs Christian Clemenson". Christian Clemenson is in fact the actor playing the clerk.
Laura J. Kelly:
Don't lose him.
Tom Logan: I'm not going to lose him. Where is he?
The night Logan can't sleep and Chelsea arrives at his apartment, there is falling rain vigorously streaking the outside of his window (and later Chelsea's window when they arrive at her loft) but exterior scenes have only wet streets.
SPOILER: The syndicated broadcast version offers a considerably changed ending, in which the Daryl Hannah character goes from being innocent of murder to being guilty of one of the murders. (There are also differently edited versions of the Chelsea-is-guilty ending.)
$8,043,360 (USA) (20 June 1986)
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