Synopsis: Composer Gordon Stuart brutally rapes a fashion model, goes to trial, gets freed, comes back and rapes her little sister. She takes revenge.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Lamont Johnson
Production: Paramount Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
89 min


Easy, Chrissy.



That's it.

Oh, boy.

We're going to make it.

So beautiful.

So beautiful!


Sean, bring up the music.

( camera shutter clicking )

A little easier

with your love... softer.

It's beautiful like that.

It's great like that,

really good.

Let me have another back.

How's the hair, Sean?

It's good.


Just pull it a little bit

in the bed.

That's it, that's it, good.


The veil is much too low.

Wait, wait,

wait just a minute.

Wait a minute,

let me just--

Francesco, it's

interfering with the lipstick.

All right, we know

it's the lipstick.


Very good.

Up a little bit.

That's it, baby.

Look right at me.

Beautiful, very mysterious.


Turn a bit to the right.

A bit to the

right, yes.

There you go.

A bit to the right.

Over, yeah.

The veil is much too low.


Wait, wait, wait, just a minute.

Wait a minute,

let me just--

Francesco, it's interfering

with the lipstick.

No, no, honey,

you're interfering.

Yes, look

to the right, darling.

Wait. Chrissy, just pay

attention to me, Chrissy.

Just listen to me.

Here, let me

take this picture, no?

( shutter clicking )


Beautiful, beautiful.



Ah, very mysterious like that.

I still think

it's too low.

I want her

all to myself. It's very distracting.

Will you give me--

You want the camera?

Do you want

to take this picture? No, darling, no.

No, you are the artist.

Let's keep going.

All right, well,

well, will you be quiet

and let me get one frame?


Just let me get

one picture I like, Yes, darling.

without your

bickering there?

Now, come on,

give me a break.

All right.

Forget everything.

( Francesco talking

indistinctly )

Ooh, fabulous.

Oh, bravo, bravo.

You look sensational.

Fabulous, Chrissy.


Oh, Chrissy, you look great.

Great like that.

Oh, let's get

this mermaid on film!

Like, wow, wow.

Give me a camera.

( Francesco giving instructions

indistinctly )

( gasps )

Beautiful like that.

Hey, man, what happened?

Is she dead?

Uh, it's closed for the day.

Stay behind the line, fellows.


Focus. Now hold it.

Take a deep breath,

don't let me see it.

Feel the seaweed.

Wait a minute,

Bill, Bill.

Are you

uncomfortable? Steve, I was...

I was right in the

middle of a take.

Bill, look,

I just don't think this is working.

I'm sorry,

it really isn't.

I mean, what are you

trying to get at with this?

Hold that. It's great.

What's the matter?

It doesn't work.

Are you trying

to convince somebody

this is real?

( arguing continuing )

Hey, Chris, he's here--

Mr. Stuart.

( arguing continues )

I know we're

selling lipstick,

but nobody else

is going to know that.

The idea is

the woman...

( arguing continues )

Hi, Mr. Stuart!


Why didn't you tell me

I had to be a mountain goat?


( giggles )


Wait for the wave, the next wave.

They're still shooting.


they're running late.


All right, let her out,

let her out

on the set.

Sit down.


That's fine,

you're great, let's get,

we're getting it,

we're getting it, wait.

( Steve speaking indistinctly )

Maybe-maybe this isn't


right time, Kathy.



I just shouldn't

be here at all, huh?

She'll be

so disappointed.

Who'll be disappointed?

She really wants

to hear it.

You mean you want her

to hear it.

Uh, Kathy, will you bring

your sister's bag

from my car, please?

The small pigskin.

He drives

a small pigskin car?

( giggles )


That's fine, you're great.

That's it.

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David Rayfiel

David Rayfiel (September 9, 1923 – June 22, 2011) was an American screenwriter and frequent collaborator of director Sydney Pollack. more…

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