Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Robert Aldrich|
|Produced by||Robert Aldrich|
|Written by||Steve Shagan|
|Music by||Frank De Vol|
|Edited by||Michael Luciano|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|December 25, 1975|
|Box office||$10,390,000 (US/Canada)(rentals)
217,313 admissions (France)
When the woman's body is found on an isolated beach, two police detectives, Lieutenant Phil Gaines and Sergeant Louis Belgrave, are assigned to the homicide investigation. They learn that Gloria Hollinger committed suicide using tablets, after having the incestuous relationship with Leo Sellers, a rich, powerful, but corrupt, local attorney. Commanding officer, Santoro, tells them to close the case. When the detectives talk to Gloria's parents about the incident, they continue to solve the case. Her father, Marty, is a headstrong veteran of the Korean War, who declined the official report and attempts to locate the possible criminal involvement with his own investigation. He discovers the connection, between Leo and Phil's girlfriend Nicole Britton.
"I think it was a good film," said Reynolds. "At least it was a love story, which I hadn't done in a long time. Catherine Deneuve and I were a case of one plus one makes three so that brought about some interest."
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