Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.
USA, 1991. DDM Film Corporation. Story by Joyce Selznick, Screenplay by Frank De Felitta. Cinematography by Anthony B. Richmond. Produced by Don Levin, Mel Pearl, Hal W. Polaire. Music by Alfi Kabiljo. Production Design by Craig Stearns. Costume Design by Del Adey-Jones. Film Editing by John F. Schreyer.
Sharon Stone fans should definitely check out this cheesy little thriller. She plays a temp worker who is one day sent to a strange, ultra-modern apartment for a quick clerical job. When she arrives there is no one there, and things start to get really creepy when the place locks up with her inside, leaving her no way to get out or communicate with the outside world. Who could it be that is doing this to her? Does it have anything to do with a recent attack upon her in an elevator, or the two men she met afterwards who helped her out? It’s all kinky, psychological fun of the kind that Hitchcock would have enjoyed, though he would have given it a lot more oomph. All the energy comes from Stone’s dedication to always doing the job right, and she definitely comes through here.