Darkness Falls (1999 film)

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Darkness Falls
Directed by Gerry Lively
Produced by Alan Latham
Clifford Haydn-Tovey
Written by John Howlett
Based on Dangerous Obsession
by N. J. Crisp
Starring Sherilyn Fenn
Ray Winstone
Tim Dutton
Music by Guy Farley
Cinematography Adam Santelli
Edited by David Spiers
Production
company
Film Development Corporation
Isle of Man Film Commission
Vine International Pictures
Distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Release date
  • 27 August 1999 (1999-08-27)
Running time
92 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Darkness Falls is a 1999 drama film by John Howlett, very loosely adapted from N. J. Crisp's psychological thriller Dangerous Obsession and directed by Gerry Lively.[1]

N. J. Crisp's name does not appear on the films credits.

The film was shot in late 1997 on the Isle of Man.

Plot[edit]

With his pregnant wife at death's door after a car crash, desperate husband John Barrett (Winstone) invades the home of Mark Driscoll (Dutton) and holds both Driscoll and his rich, neglected wife Sally (Fenn) hostage in order to understand the events that led to his wife ending up in a coma.

Featured cast[edit]

Actor Role
Ray Winstone John Barrett
Sherilyn Fenn Sally Driscoll
Tim Dutton Mark Driscoll
Robin McCaffrey Jane Barrett
Michael Praed The Hitman

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Darkness Falls: A Dangerous Obsession (1998)". rottentomatoes.com. Retrieved 2013-08-08. 

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