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Farrah Fawcett plays a woman who is nearly raped and then stalked by her attacker. When he inevitably strikes again, she fights back and manages to turn the tables, literally caging her agressor.
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This is a character study of a depraved man who sets his mind on terrorizing a woman, first by assaulting her in a car, and then in a home invasion. The violence that ensues sometimes feels quite real, and the interest in the film lies mostly in the reactions by the 3 women affected by the psychological rape, and the fear of being killed by this monstrous man. It is a curious film about power and submission that doesn't always work, but the parts that do are excellent, and definitely worth watching.
Written by William Mastrosimone based on his play, and directed by Robert M. Young, "Extremities" is 89 minutes long, is often intense, and has great interaction between its 4 fine actors.
This film is one of those anti rape movies that seemed to spring up in the early–mid 80’s and is upsetting in its bleak portrayal as it twists and pummels ones emotions. It is a rare film about control and submission that manages to put you simultaneously into both the minds of the rapist and the victim. Based on a stage play, the bulk of the film takes place within two rooms in the small house and features only 4 people, yet manages to maintain its grip. The first hour is very intense and disturbing and ‘feels’ very real, but the last half hour is a compromise of morals and legality that ultimately fails as being unrealistic [lose a *].
The disc offers few special features being language selections, subtitles and hard of hearing choices. Despite the subject there is little nudity, [head and shoulders shower scene, a side on nipple shot and out of focus dressing up scene] so avoids the smut of many other movies. The violence is all to real, being both physical and verbal, whilst the soundtrack works well in reinforcing the emotions portrayed. Very 80’s in style, clothing and musical flavour, it’s a must see, **** rating.
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fab film as always Farrah plays the part that will keep you glued would recommend this film as must seePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Interesting movie and shows Fawcett can act and not just good to look at. Shame she is no longer with us.Published 18 months ago by Heather P Horntvedt