All Genres: Thriller, Mystery
Release Year: 1999
Country: Canada, UK, Australia
Director: Stephan Elliott
Sound: Dolby Digital
Writing by: Marc Behm – (novel)
Stephan Elliott – (screenplay)
Produced by: Manon Bougie – line producer
Al Clark – co-producer
Nicolas Clermont – producer
Mark Damon – executive producer
Charles Gassot – associate producer
Jacqueline George – line producer
Grant Lee – associate producer
Hilary Shor – executive producer
Tony Smith – producer
Cast: Ewan McGregor – Stephen Wilson
Ashley Judd – Joanna Eris
Patrick Bergin – Alexander Leonard
Geneviève Bujold – Dr. Jeanne Brault
k.d. lang – Hilary
Jason Priestley – Gary
Anne-Marie Brown – Lucy Wilson
Kaitlin Brown – Lucy Wilson
David Nerman – Mickey Argyle
Steven McCarthy – Paul Hugo
Vlasta Vrana – Mr. Hugo Sr.
Music: Marius De Vries
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Plot Outline: A nameless private eye (Ewan McGregor) shadows the same woman (who happens to be a serial killer of men) all over the U.S. for 10 + years, without her ever knowing and he strangely enough occasionally acts as her guardian angel.
Plot: A nameless private eye (Ewan McGregor) shadows the same woman (who happens to be a serial killer of men) all over the U.S. for 10 + years, without her ever knowing and he strangely enough occasionally acts as her guardian angel.
Movie Quotes: Alex: Why me?
Joanna: Because you can't see who I really am.
Crazy Credits: We know about 4 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
As the end credits roll, we see a statue of an angel with the sun setting in the sky in the background.
Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: The fold, in the photo of the Eye's daughter, moves around when we see it in close-ups.
Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- The director originally wanted Massive Attack to do the music for the film, but the group had broken up by the time the film was ready for scoring.
- Director Stephan Elliott had originally envisioned an older woman to play Joanna Eris. However, after Ashley Judd campaigned for the part, he relented.
- In official selection at the 1999 Venice Film Festival, the film would later become the #1 film at the American Box Office in its opening week in January 2000.