Perfect Stranger

Perfect Stranger

Director: James Foley Cast: Halle Berry, Bruce Willis, Giovanni Ribisi
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Perfect Stranger

A hard-nosed star reporter learns who her real friends are -- and gets in way over her head -- investigating a murder in this twisty thriller. Perfect Stranger stars Halle Berry as Rowena, a prominent New York journalist who writes using a pseudonym to entrap some of the tri-state area's most corrupt individuals, using a network of informants, acquaintances, and digital gadgets. When her latest exposé is buried at the behest of her paper's corporate backers, she walks off the job and into a personal quagmire. Her childhood friend Grace (Nicki Aycox) is murdered when she threatens to reveal she's been sleeping with married advertising mogul Harrison Hill (Bruce Wills). With the help of her loyal techie friend Miles (Giovanni Ribisi), she goes undercover -- and online -- to find the smoking gun that will indict Hill. But Rowena soon finds herself caught in a web of manipulation, deceit, and false truths.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/21/2007
UPC: 0043396190627
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:49:00
Sales rank: 61,429

Special Features

Virtual Lives: The Making of Perfect Strangers.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Halle Berry Rowena Price
Bruce Willis Harrison Hill
Giovanni Ribisi Miles
Richard Portnow Narron
Gary Dourdan Cameron
Florencia Lozano Lieutenant Tejada
Nicki Lynn Aycox Grace
Kathleen Chalfant Elizabeth Clayton
Patti D'Arbanville Actor
Clea Lewis Geena
Daniella Van Graas Actor
Emma Heming Actor
Tamara Feldman Actor

Technical Credits
James Foley Director
Charley Beal Art Director
Jon Bokenkamp Original Story
Ron Bozman Executive Producer
Allan Byer Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen Eads Associate Producer
Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Producer
Bill Groom Production Designer
Renee Ehrlich Kalfus Costumes/Costume Designer
Todd Komarnicki Screenwriter
Denise Luiso Musical Direction/Supervision
Anastas Michos Cinematographer
Charles James Newirth Executive Producer
Antonio Pinto Score Composer
Deborah Schindler Executive Producer
Christopher Tellefsen Editor
Todd Thaler Casting
Glen Trotiner Asst. Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Perfect Stranger
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16

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Perfect Stranger 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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PERFECT STRANGER is a fast-paced little crime mystery of a film that despite the innumerable sidebars of undeveloped information scattered throughout the script does manage to surprise the audience at the end. The movie seems to be a vehicle for the beautiful Halle Berry to show off her skills and other assets: Bruce Willis is billed as a co-star but his role is minor and unexpectedly underplayed - a nice little tour de force for the king of action flicks. Berry plays a reporter with a man's nom de plume that allows her to uncover secrets of famous people for newsy stories. Once fired from her job for uncovering the deeds of a Senator who is promoted by her newspaper, she teams her good buddy Giovanni Ribisi, a wizard of information about the media and internet spying, and the two go after a wealthy ad executive (Bruce Willis) when the murder of one of Berry's old girlfriends stirs both her wrath and her own secret demons. The chase is on with Berry playing games of deceit backed by the skills of Ribisi. And just when the plot seems to have uncovered the murderer, then another line of story involving Ribisi and Berry explodes the audience's tracking of the crime with a rather good ending. Berry is fine in her role as is Ribisi with his: Willis is not on the screen long enough to form an opinion, a fact that is actually rather a refreshing twist! The camera loves Berry in all her glamour and manages to turn sordid when the plot elements necessitate that. It is a fair evening's diversion and were it not for all the 'dropped ideas' that plead development, it would be a stronger thriller. Grady Harp
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