R | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A private eye shadows a female serial killer of men all over the U.S. without her knowing as he, strangely enough, occasionally acts as her guardian angel.
Director Stephan Elliott fought the film's financier, Mark Damon, over the tone of the film. Elliott envisioned the film as a dark thriller with sex and random lashings of violence. Damon wanted a more A-to-B thriller that he could sell worldwide. Ironically, many of the Asian markets that bought the film wanted a sexier and more violent version of the film.
If I blink, I might lose her.
Lucy Wilson: So?
Stephen: So the last time I blinked, I lost you.
The fold, in the photo of the Eye's daughter, moves around when we see it in close-ups.
As the end credits roll, we see a statue of an angel with the sun setting in the sky in the background.
Overseas prints are longer than U.S. prints; including extra scenes such as one with Jean and John Teodoro as doormen.
$5,959,447 (USA) (30 January 2000)
$16,459,004 (USA) (26 March 2000)
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