History Film / ColorOfNight

14th Apr '16 3:38:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* ShowerOfLove: One is featured between Rose and Capa.

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* ShowerOfLove: One is featured between Rose and Capa.Capa are seen having sex in a shower.
28th Oct '14 12:20:53 PM MarkLungo
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10th Aug '14 11:23:36 AM Patachou
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* EroticFilm
25th Jul '14 12:07:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Director Richard Rush and producer Andrew Vajna constantly butted heads in the editing room over who should have control over the final cut. Even after a series of successful test screenings of Rush's cut, Vajna still saw fit to fire Rush. Rush and Vajna then had a very public battle over the firing, which caused Rush to suffer a heart attack that left him bedridden for four months and Vajna went on to release a heavily-edited version that flopped at the box office. Eventually, the two made up and Rush was allowed to release his cut on video.
6th Jan '14 11:58:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* MayDecemberRomance: Between Capa and Rose, who seem to be around late thirties and twenty years old respectively. Lampshaded by Detective Martinez when he sees her for the first time at Capa’s mansion.
20th Apr '13 3:08:07 AM Buscemi
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Director Richard Rush and producer Andrew Vajna constantly butted heads in the editing room over who should have control over the final cut. Even after a series of successful test screenings of Rush's cut, Vajna still saw fit to fire Rush. Rush and Vajna then had a very public battle over the firing, which caused Rush to suffer a heart attack that left him bedridden for four months and Vajna went on to release a heavily-edited version that flopped at the box office. Eventually, the two made up and Rush was allowed to release his cut on video.


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* {{Recut}}: The theatrical version ran 119 minutes, which was mandated by the film's producer. After the film flopped at the box office, the director was allowed to release his original cut (running 140 minutes) for video. The director's cut restored the more graphic elements of the sex scenes and much of the film's humor.
18th Mar '13 2:56:22 AM TwoGunAngel
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* InterruptedSuicide: Happens at the very end of the movie when [[spoiler:Capa saves Rose from throwing herself off a bridge]].
18th Mar '13 2:36:06 AM TwoGunAngel
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* BookEnds: The film begins and ends with a suicide attempt in Capa's presence. The first is successful, causing him to lose part of his color vision (the color red), and the second [[spoiler:Rose herself]] is interrupted, causing him to regain it.

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* BookEnds: The film begins and ends with a suicide attempt in Capa's presence. The first is successful, causing him to lose part of his color vision (the color red), and the second [[spoiler:Rose herself]] is interrupted, causing him to regain it.
18th Mar '13 2:35:38 AM TwoGunAngel
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New York psychiatrist Dr. Bill Capa (Willis) gives up his practice after unintentionally pushes one of his patients to commit suicide from jumping out of a glass window. In an effort to come to terms with this tragedy, he visits an old colleague in California, Bob Moore (Scott Bakula), who is subsequently murdered. Capa takes over Moore's group of psychologically disturbed patients, which is equally as important is an affair he develops with a young woman named Rose (March). This relationship becomes central to the plot as the film progresses.

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New York psychiatrist Dr. Bill Capa (Willis) gives up his practice after unintentionally pushes one of his patients to commit suicide from jumping out of a glass window. In an effort to come to terms with this tragedy, he visits an old colleague in California, Bob Moore (Scott Bakula), who is subsequently murdered. Capa takes over Moore's group of psychologically disturbed patients, which is equally as important is as an affair that he develops with a young woman named Rose (March). This relationship becomes central to the plot as the film progresses.
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* BookEnds: The film begins and ends with a suicide attempt in Capa's presence. The first is successful, causing him to lose part of his color vision (the color red), and the second is interrupted, causing him to regain it.

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* BookEnds: The film begins and ends with a suicide attempt in Capa's presence. The first is successful, causing him to lose part of his color vision (the color red), and the second [[spoiler:Rose herself]] is interrupted, causing him to regain it.
1st Feb '13 6:13:33 PM Morgenthaler
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* AnimalAssassin: The villain leaves a rattlesnake in Capa's mailbox, which nearly kills him.
* BookEnds: The film begins and ends with a suicide attempt in Capa's presence. The first is successful, causing him to lose part of his color vision (the color red), and the second is interrupted, causing him to regain it.
* DomesticAbuse: Clark says that he beat his wife because of his compulsive obsession with cleanliness, which she wouldn't adhere to as much as he'd like.



* {{Fanservice}}: The sex scenes.
* MayDecemberRomance: Between Capa and Rose, who seem to be around late thirties and twenty years old respectively. Lampshaded by Detective Martinez when he sees her for the first time at Capa’s mansion.



* PoliceAreUseless: Lampshaded by Capa when Martinez shows up just after he was almost bitten by a rattlesnake planted in his mailbox.
-->Just like a cop! Never there when you need them!
* ReallyGetsAround: [[spoiler:It turns out that Rose was having sexual relations with most of the people from the group therapy.]]
* ShowerOfLove: One is featured between Rose and Capa.



* SplitPersonality: Rose has issues.

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* SplitPersonality: [[spoiler:Rose has issues. Her brother forced her to assume their dead brother Richie's identity as well.]]
* SweetPollyOliver: [[spoiler:Richie is actually
Rose has issues.
in disguise.]]
* TwoPersonPoolParty: The sex scene between Capa and Rose starts out as this. Later they move to a bed, and then a shower.
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