29 May 2006 | guilfisher-1
Not a bad thriller
This 1990 made for TV thriller was far above the usual TV presentations. Notably because of the presence of Faye Dunaway in the leading role. She also was co-producer as well. Directed very well by Carl Schenkel, it brings suspense and surprises all through the film. Most of the cast are unknown to me save David Rasche who plays the Sheriff of a small town where a murder is committed. Miss Dunaway sees the silhouette of the murderer. From then on it's a chase as to see who the real murderer is and if Miss Dunaway survives.
Faye Dunaway has always produced interesting performances, some mediocre and some excellent. Who can forget her Joan Crawford role in MOMMIE DEAREST, or BONNIE AND CLYDE, CHINATOWN, NETWORK and my favorite EYES OF LAURA MARS. All excellent performances in an already terrific body of work. And this lady is still going. What a career.
David Rasche too brings a very good performance to focus in this film. I liked the young deputy but he's not given credit as to his character he's playing in IMDb. Anyway wanted to mention his gallant performance and good looks. Maybe someone can tell me his name. Some of this is quite violent so be warned.