Stewart McBain (Dabney Coleman) is a real estate mogul who demolishes old buildings and erects new ones in their stead. It's business as usual for a new subdivision until a group starts protesting the imminent destruction of a building at the site. McBain soon appears on TV (in a bad light, of course) and is ridiculed by his children. As payback, he drops them off at the condemned building with $750 apiece and tells them they're on their own. Also starring Uma Thurman, Suzy Amis, Emma Woollard, Sheila Kelley, Joanna Cassidy.
All is not what it seems in this edge-of-your-seat thriller tautly directed by Tony Randel. When Matt (Lenny von Dohlen) bumps into Simon (James Remar), who saved Matt's life years ago, he invites Simon into his home. The years have been tough for Simon, who'd been living on the streets, and Matt gallantly offers to help Simon get a job. But unbeknownst to Matt, Simon harbors a grudge that puts Matt and his wife (Suzy Amis) in grave danger. Features nude scenes from Melanie Good & Audie England.