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Jagged Edge
Glenn Close and Pter Coyote




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After a wealthy socialite is found brutally murdered, her manipulative husband becomes the prime suspect. An attractive attorney takes his case, and their relationship quickly evolves into what on the surface appears to be mutual love. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Robert Loggia.

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Overview

After a wealthy socialite is found brutally murdered, her manipulative husband becomes the prime suspect. An attractive attorney takes his case, and their relationship quickly evolves into what on the surface appears to be mutual love. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Robert Loggia.

Main Cast & Crew

Richard Marquand - Director
Glenn Close
Jeff Bridges
Peter Coyote
Robert Loggia
John Dehner
Leigh Taylor-Young
Karen Austin
Lance Henriksen
James Karen
Michael Dorn

 

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DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (Widescreen)
  • Run Time: 109
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 014381682328
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: May 2000

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Law/Lawyers
Mystery
Slasher
Suspense
Thriller
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Synopsis:
A thriller starring Glenn Close as attorney, Tedd Barnes, who reluctantly takes on the case of powerful publishing magnate, Jack Forrester, accused of brutally murdering his wife. Although Barnes and Forrester become romantically involved, a number of clues lead her to question his innocence.

Notes:
Shot in Metrocolor. Additional cast: Diane Erickson (Eileen Avery) and William Allen Young (Greg Arnold).

Reviews:
"...A well-crafted, hardboiled mystery by Joe Esterhas, with sharp performances..." - 09/11/1985 Variety


"...JAGGED EDGE is really something....While you're in it you're caught. Shocked, intrigued, confused, unnerved and finally snapped right back in your seat with fright, but held all the way..." - 10/04/1985 Los Angeles Times, p.C1

 

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