PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Fantasy
A shy woman, endowed with the speed, reflexes, and senses of a cat, walks a thin line between criminal and hero, even as a detective doggedly pursues her, fascinated by both of her personas.
A Bengal cat, a domestic breed, was used in the film. Halle Berry loved it so much that she announced that she was going to adopt it. Some media sources inaccurately described the 13 pound housecat as a tiger which caused the Fund for Animals to send Berry a ... ...
It all started on the day that I died. If there had been an obituary, it would have described the unremarkable life of an unremarkable woman, survived by no one. But there was no obituary, because the day that I died was also the day I started to ...
When Patience returns Midnight, Ophelia tells her that, "She's an Egyptian Mau, the rarest of breeds." The Mau is, in fact, somewhat rare, but there are other breeds (Selkirk Rex, Korat, Somali and Havana Brown, for instance) that are far less common. Cat Fancy Magazine lists eleven US catteries specializing in Maus. The breed was introduced to the US in the 1950s, not 1940 as mentioned in the film, although its lineage dates back well over 2,000 years - a spotted Mau like cat is clearly seen in hieroglyphs, and there is the belief it is the cross between a domestic and wild cat about 3,000 years ago.
$16,728,411 (USA) (25 July 2004)
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