In L.A., a young woman tries to uncover what led to the brutal murder of her old flame and who killed him.
|德博拉·温格 (Debra Winger)||饰||Betty Parrish|
|达雷尔·拉森 (Darrell Larson)||饰||Pete|
|保罗·温菲尔德 (Paul Winfield)||饰||Phillip|
The mystery that led her into a world of incredible danger.
- 声音混合： Mono
- 纵横比：1.85 : 1
|发行公司||The Ladd Company (through Warner Bros.) (1984) (Theatrical) (United States)|
|Varus Video (VHS) (Russia)|
|华纳家庭娱乐 (VHS) (United Kingdom)|
|华纳家庭娱乐 (VHS) (Netherlands)|
|华纳家庭娱乐 (1986) (VHS) (Germany)|
|华纳兄弟公司 (1984) (Theatrical) (United States)|
|华纳家庭娱乐 (1995) (VHS) (United States)|
|首映票房（美国）||$234,438, 11 March 1984|
- This was the first project Debra Winger did after 军官与绅士 (1982). After a poor reception from preview audiences, the ad campaign was changed, the soundtrack music was replaced and the film was re-edited. It was eventually released in 1984 after Winger had a hit with 母女情深 (1983).
- While the film's test screening tested really poorly, Joe Jackson's score was ultimately replaced by 约翰·巴里 before its new release date in 1984. However in a very strange occurrence, Joe Jackson's rejected score and the songs he wrote and were left in the final film, was released by A&M Records around 1983. This would mark a very rare occurrence in that film that was delayed without a release date would have a soundtrack released beforehand, let alone a rejected score.
- Writer/director James Bridges originally wrote and edited the film so that the story played chronologically backward, similar to what Memento and Irreversible did 16 years later. However, the studio got nervous, thinking it was too complicated and hard to follow, and had the film re-edited in chronological order for release.