Color Of Night

Synopsis: Psychologist Bill Capa gives up his practise when he unintentionally pushes a patient to commit suicide. In an effort to come to terms with this tragedy he visits an old colleague, Bob Moore, who is subsequently murdered. The quest to catch the killer centres around a group of Moore's psychologically disturbed patients, however equally as important is an affair which develops between Capa and the mysterious Rose.
Director(s): Richard Rush
Production: Buena Vista
  Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 2 wins & 10 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
121 min

Besides, I can't

really run away.

It's all up here,

isn't it? Pow.

It's a package deal.

The head goes with me.

[Woman] Ladies and gentlemen,

welcome to Los Angeles.

Please remain seated

until the aircraft comes...


Just another Monday in paradise.

There's a fender bender on

the 405, slowing things down...

Hey, jerk-off, what

are you looking at?

See that? There's accident.

Hey, what happened?

- Anybody's hurt? Huh? Anybody's dead?

- [Horn Honking]

What are you doing?

You are looking there and driving here?

Put the pedal on the metal!


- [Man #1] Is the aquarium with it?

- [Man #2] That's a blue shark.

- [Conversation Continues Indistinctly]

- Okay.

Thirty-three and three is...

Was that an aftershock

I felt?

[Indistinct Chatter]

Forty-four, forty-five.

- Five.

- Thirty-eight. Fourteen.

- Thirty-three.

- Two.

- Thirteen. [Laughing]

- Three.

- Twenty-nine. Three hundred and four.

- Casey, you're such a weenie.

- Leave him alone, will you?

- Seven.

- Eight.

- Clark.

- Yeah.

- Did you read the paper today?

- No.

- I was just wondering how many

fuckin' pages it had.


- Oh, Christ, I fell right into that.

- Sixteen.

- Four. Forty-seven.

- I care that he's late.

- I don't get it.

- I do too. Why not?

Because his father's

paying for his therapy.

[Woman] My dead husband's paying

for mine, and I still care.

[Man Laughing]

Aww, unbelievable.

I think we should

get started now. Clark?

- Hey, Bob!

- God. Bill.

- Hey. How you doin'? You look great.

- I'm good. Good, yeah.

I'm sorry I'm late. I got stuck

in traffic on the freeway.

- We're just about to get started.

- I'll wait out here for you.

- Why don't you join us?

- You know, this is the last

thing I need right now...

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