When New York psychiatrist Bill Capa visits Los Angeles to take over his murdered colleague’s therapy group, he finds himself embroiled in the thick of a mystery when he bumps into Rose and begins a torrid affair.
User Reviews: ust when you thought they’d never make a mystery thriller as deliriously bad as Midnight Lace, just when you imagined that the gold lame spirit of Douglas Sirk had departed forever, comes director Richard Rush’s COLOR OF NIGHT to brighten up your dull evenings. Color of Night isn’t just bad: it’s bad with raisins in it.rn rn If you were one of the few who saw Color of Night in a theater, you probably remember the plot, but for those millions and millions who missed this gem, let’s recap.rn rnBruce Willis stars as a psychologist. (Are you laughing too hard or can we go on now?) Willis is having a crisis of conscience/ confidence because one of his patients leaped out of a window after applying lots of lipstick. (We all know, don’t we, that applying lots of lipstick is a sure sign of suicidal depression?) Anyway, Willis goes out to L.A. to visit fellow shrink Scott Bakula, who takes Willis to his group therapy session so that the fun can start in earnest. Remember

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