Footsteps – Die Nacht kennt den Mörder (TV Movie 2003)

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Footsteps – Die Nacht kennt den Mörder: Directed by John Badham. With Candice Bergen, Michael Murphy, Bryan Brown, Bug Hall. Daisy Lowendahl (Bergen) is a best-selling suspense novelist who finds herself at her isolated beach house with a local young fan (Hall) who knows almost everything about her, and two men – one of whom may be trying to kill her, the other of whom could save her life, causing Daisy to be thrown into the middle of a real-life drama.

“Candice Bergen plays an author recovering from a nervous breakdown in u0026quot;Footsteps,u0026quot; a 2003 TV movie based on a play by Ira Levin.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBergen is Daisy, a popular author making her first public appearance in a long time. She has just killed off a major character who has appeared in many books. A man screaming at her about this from the back of the hall unnerves her. She has decided to face her fears and spend the night in her beach house alone, as her husband is away – during the film, she has a series of phone calls with him. When she arrives there after the Qu0026amp;A, she canu0026#39;t find her dog and a fan (Bug Hall) has broken into her house. He assures her heu0026#39;s not there to hurt her. He seems to know everything about her; afraid, Daisy keeps ordering him to get out.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe police arrive at the behest of her husband in the form of Bryan Brown, his u0026quot;Thorn Birdsu0026quot; days long behind him He manages to get the fan out of the house and agrees to wait with her until her dog is returned – itu0026#39;s been picked up by the pound. As time goes on, Daisy realizes heu0026#39;s not a cop. Who is he? And did someone send him? This is a good, atmospheric TV movie. Itu0026#39;s somewhat derivative and somehow it never really scared me, but the performances are good and there are suspenseful moments. I had one problem. I wonu0026#39;t give anything away but at a certain point, one of the characters suffers a horrific injury to his hand. A towel is wrapped around it and the individual goes on as if nothing has happened. To which I say, give me a break. The pain had to be unendurable.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYouu0026#39;re not really sure whatu0026#39;s going to happen in the end, so youu0026#39;ll have to make your own decision.”


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