Color of Night (1994)

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A color-blind psychiatrist Bill Capa is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friend's therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that Capa begins having intense sexual encounters with.


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8 March 2007 | fromwalking
8
| A film should entertain and a thriller should thrill - this one does that!
Most people that comment here take the film and story serious as if it has to have taken place or something, to begin with! Look, I saw this film late at night and as a big Bruce Willis fan I liked it. And believe me, I'm not a moron, there's nothing wrong with me. I just liked this film, it was good entertainment (just what a film is supposed to do), good thrilling, (just what a thriller should do!) and good acting. Nice of Brad Dourif to drop by in this film, I remembered him from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Billy) immediately.

Now for the story, I think character building was adequate. Of course you must not think too much. No psychiatrist would visit their patients at home and there is more that doesn't add up, but never the less, I was surprised with the end. People are getting killed and the killer is out there, really close to the main character. You really don't know who did it, all though you have your hunches. And that makes a thriller worth while, I think. And about eroticism, this film has stuff for him and her. Bruce really looks great in jeans and you get to see him naked here! And Jane March is stunning, also naked. Beautiful sex-scenes and nicely edited. The film has a nice chase too, a Mercedes SL against a Camaro or Trans Am.

Advice: see this film and judge for yourself! (and write it down here!) Switch your senses off and just let yourself be entertained. You'll see, you'll like it!

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Trivia

Director Richard Rush filmed the pool sex sequence which featured full frontal male nudity with a stand in, as Bruce Willis' penis was deemed too small. Other love scenes featuring the actors buttocks are actually Willis'.


Quotes

Dr. Bill Capa: Six weeks ago, I spoke harshly to a patient and she committed suicide. Right in front of me. Perhaps she would have done this anyway. That's what my colleagues say. But I don't know.
Sondra Dorio: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Dr. Bill Capa: And my patient, her name was Michelle, jumped ...


Goofs

When Capa talks to Mrs. Niedelmeyer, there's a 3-foot long shadow of the boom mic on the door.


Crazy Credits

After the credits roll, Hector can be heard calling for help because he is still hanging on the wall.


Alternate Versions

In the US version, the scene where Willis and March have sex on the dining table follows the pool scene immediately. In the European version, the same scene takes place later before the two sunbath on the poolyard. The sex scene in the steamy shower between Willis and March follows the scene in which they stumbled onto the floor naked for the European version. That same scene was preceded by a scene absent in the European version in which March serves Willis dinner in the nude for the US version.


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Body
Performed by
Brent Woods & Ted Silbert
Written by Brent Woods & Ted Silbert
Woods Bonus Music Inc. (ASCAP) / Silbert Music Inc. (ASCAP) / Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. (BMI)
Produced by Garry Levine Eric Harryman

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Mystery | Romance | Thriller

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