Fatal Attraction

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The 1987 classic thriller Fatal Attraction features Glenn Close as the manipulative and dangerous Alex Forrest, a mentally unstable woman who participates in an steamy affair with family man Dan Gallagher, played by Michael Douglas. Things quickly deteriorate and become violent when Dan tries to end their relationship and return to his wife and daughter, culminating in a deadly showdown! Notable for its portrayal of Borderline Personality Disorder/stalking behaviors, Glenn Close makes for a memorably disturbed character that drives others to their breaking point as they try to deal with her obsession.

Erik M.

Continuity mistake: In the beginning, Michael Douglas tells Glenn Close that he has a 6 year old daughter. Later in the movie when Douglas is talking to his wife on the phone about the daughter missing school, she says "She's 5 years old, what is she gonna miss, Trigonometry?"

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Question: Why did Alex kill Ellen's pet bunny and how did she get inside the house to boil it? Didn't Dan and Beth lock the door?

adamtrainman@aol.com

Answer: Because she is insane! And she picked the lock. By murdering the innocent pet bunny rabbit Alex was sending a message. She won't be ignored! She's just letting Dan know that she can get to him, or in this case his family (daughter's pet), anytime she wants to. He's not safe.

Alan Keddie

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