All Genres: Romance, Drama
Release Year: 1999
Director: Michael Schultz
Writing by: Katie Ford – (written by)
Produced by: Jon Avnet – executive producer
C. Tad Devlin – producer
Jordan Kerner – executive producer
Elizabeth Guber Stephen – producer
Nancy Travis – producer
Cast: Scott Bairstow – Michael Blake
Philip Briggs – Clown #1
Viveka Davis – Kate
Nicole Fellows – Janie
Edith Fields – Poetess
Mary-Pat Green – Nurse Janet
Jimmy Graham – Clown #3
Jack Merrill – Zachary (as Merrill Holtzman)
James Karen – Phil Morton
Heide Karp – Clown #2
Janet MacLachlan – Dr. Francis
Music: J.A.C. Redford
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Plot Outline: An attorney, Susan (Nancy Travis) battling Cancer returns home to California with her daughter Carson (Jamie Renee Smith)…
Plot: An attorney, Susan (Nancy Travis) battling Cancer returns home to California with her daughter Carson (Jamie Renee Smith). And then falls for a free-spirited young man (Scott Bairstow). While trying to resolve various family issues.
Movie Quotes: Zachary: I think that busboy's checking you out.
Susan: The words every woman wants to hear!
Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
After the final credits, there is an additional scene that features Steven and Evelyn strapped down on Vannacut's vivisection table. The scene ends with Vannacut watching as one hears Steven and Evelyn's screams.
Goofs: We know about 5 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Revealing mistakes: During the flashback when Sangha tells his goon what happened to Kurt Sloan after Tong Po battled him, a water machine is visible at the top of the screen spraying out a rain-like effect.
Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Jean-Claude Van Damme turned down this movie to do Double Impact (1991) instead.
- The bloody footprints seen on the canvas at the end was from the Property Assistant/Intern Mark Kern, whose large feet (size 14) were painted with fake blood repeatedly so he could stomp around leaving the marks.
- Tong Po (Michel Qissi) hurt himself throwing Gene LaBell out of the ring causing the local fire department to roll to the set, even though Michel was fine within an hour without the medical attention.