Jennifer 8 is a 1992 film written and directed by Bruce Robinson and starring Andy García, Uma Thurman and John Malkovich.
John Berlin (Andy García) is a cop teetering toward burnout on the streets of Los Angeles and the collapse of his marriage. At the invitation of an old friend, fellow cop Freddy Ross (Lance Henriksen), Berlin bolts from the LAPD for a supposedly quieter life in rural California with the Eureka police force.
Instead, Berlin prickles his new colleagues, including John K. Taylor (Graham Beckel), who was passed over for promotion in order to make room for Berlin.
After finding a woman's severed hand in a garbage bag at the local dump, Berlin reopens the case of an unidentified murdered girl, nicknamed "Jennifer", which went unsolved despite a full-time six-month effort by the department. Berlin notices scratches on the severed hand's fingers and realizes that they came from reading Braille, determining that the girl is blind. He begins to believe the cases are related...