R | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A violent police detective investigates a brutal murder, in which a manipulative and seductive novelist could be involved.
11431 Euclid Avenue, the address on Lisa Hoberman's 1984 driver license, is a real address in Cleveland, Ohio, where Joe Eszterhas previously worked as a journalist.
Who was this fuckin' guy?
Nick: Rock and roll, Gus. Johnny Boz.
Gus: Never heard of him.
Nick: Before your time, cowboy.
Nick's jacket while interviewing Catherine.
These uncut scenes are also featured in the Australian DVD and VHS The European release is much more explicit than the American release (which had to be submitted seven times to the MPAA in order to avoid an NC-17 rating). The European version is also available unrated on video in the US and on video and DVD in Australia with an R classification. The US version uses alternate, less explicit takes of several scenes to tone down the sex content.
$15,129,385 22 March 1992
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