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Psychologist Dr. Bill Capa (Willis) takes over a murdered colleague's therapy group hoping to find out the killer's identity. Then he meets temptress Rose (March) and gets involved in a hot affair, but she's not what she seems--nor is anyone else. Preposterous thriller fails to deliver necessary suspense although the eroticism could spark some interest, particularly in the director's cut, which puts the sex back in the sex scenes between Willis and March (and is 15 minutes longer than the theatrical release).

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Available on Running time 136 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Mystery & Suspense, Shrinks, Sex & Sexuality, Erotic Thrillers, Torn in Two (or More), Torrid Love Scenes, Art & Artists
Matthew Chapman, Billy Ray, Richard Rush
Bruce Willis, Jane March, Scott Bakula, Ruben Blades, Lesley Ann Warren, Lance Henriksen, Kevin J. O'Connor, Andrew Lowery, Brad Dourif, Eriq La Salle, Jeff Corey, Shirley Knight, Kathleen Wilhoite
Dietrich Lohmann
Richard Rush
Dominic Frontiere
David Matalon, Buzz Feitshans, Andrew G. Vajna, Hollywood Pictures, Cinergi Productions, Color of Night Productions, Buena Vista


Golden Raspberries 1994: Worst Picture.

Visitor Reviews

Color of Night
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This is a pretty good movie. Bill Capa is a psychologist who gives up his practice when he accidentally 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 centers around a group of Moore's psychologically disturbed patients, however, equally as important is an affair which develops between Capa and the mysterious Rose. This relationship, at first a diversion, becomes central to the plot as this movie continues.

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Mahmoud Hmdy

very hot