• Publication date: January 22, 2013

Color Of Night

New York psychoanalyst Bill Capa falls into depression after his patient commits suicide in his office. He leaves New York to L.A. hoping that his friend Dr. Moore can help him get better, but then Moore gets murdered in his office. Detective Lt. Martinez seems to think one of Moore's patients was responsible, so Capa takes over Moore's patients hoping to learn more about their pasts and obsessions, until he can figure out who the killer is...

New York psychoanalyst Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) falls into depression after one of his patients commits suicide by jumping out of his office window. Capa tries a change of scenery hoping he would get better and visits his friend Dr. Moore (Scott Bakula) in L.A., who gets murdered in his office as Capa strains to find out who was behind his death. Police detective Lt. Martinez (Ruben Blades) seems to think one of Moore's patients was responsible, so Capa takes over the patients hoping to learn more about their pasts and obsessions, until he can figure out who the killer was...

In the meantime, an enigmatic Rose (Jane March) keeps flitting in and out of his bed, and before long Capa will discover that she is a central piece to discovering the truth.

 

Starring:

  • Bruce Willis
  • Jane March
  • Ruben Blades
  • Lesley Ann Warren
  • Scott Bakula
  • Brad Dourif
  • Lance Henriksen
  • Kevin J. O'Connor

Directed by:  Richard Rush

Rating:  R for strong sexuality, violence and language.