Secret Window Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Secret Window the Movie

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Wandering around with a wicked case of bed-head in a ratty old bathrobe and talking incessantly to himself, Johnny Depp cranks this ho-hum psycho-thriller up a notch with a typically quirky and subtly humorous performance as Mort Rainey, an eccentric mystery writer. After catching wife Amy (Bello) in the sack with another man (Hutton) Mort holes up in a remote lake cottage during his traumatic divorce only to be roused from his depression-induced torpor and writers block by Shooter (Turturro) a deranged hayseed in an Amish-looking hat who claims Mort stole his story. Mort, who is increasingly showing signs that he may not be playing with a full deck, is almost sure that isn't true and can prove it if he can only find the back issue of a magazine that published his story years before Shooter claims to have penned his. Adapted from a novella by Stephen King.

Distribution

Not Yet Released

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Books to Film: Stephen King, Writers, Stalked!, Bodyguards, The Wrong Man, Psycho-Thriller, Psychotics/Sociopaths, Creepy Houses
Screenplay
David Koepp
Cast
Johnny Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello, Timothy Hutton, Charles S. Dutton, Len Cariou, John Dunn-Hill, Vlasta Vrana
Cinematography
Fred Murphy
Director
David Koepp
Music
Philip Glass
Other
Patrick Rousseau, Jill Savitt, Gilles Aird, Odette Gadoury, Howard Cummings
Producer
Gavin Polone, Pariah Films, Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures

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