Call Me (film)
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Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Sollace Mitchell|
|Produced by||Kenneth F. Martel|
|Written by||Karyn Kay
|Music by||David Michael Frank|
|Edited by||Paul Fried|
|Distributed by||Vestron Pictures|
|May 20, 1988|
|Box office||$251,819 (USA)|
Call Me is a 1988 American erotic thriller film about a woman who strikes up a relationship with a stranger over the phone, and in the process becomes entangled in a murder. The film was directed by Sollace Mitchell, and stars Patricia Charbonneau, Stephen McHattie, and Boyd Gaines. After its theatrical run, the movie was released on videocassette by Vestron Video.
Anna, a young and energetic journalist, receives an obscene call from an unknown caller whom she mistakes for her boyfriend. As a result of this mistake she agrees to meet with the caller at a local bar. When her boyfriend doesn't show she inadvertently witnesses a murder in the women's bathroom. Soon she finds herself drawn into a mystery involving both the killer from the murder she witnessed, as well as the identity of the mysterious caller who continues to phone her and who she shares increasingly more personal conversations with during each subsequent call.
- "Call Me". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2016-01-27.
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