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Tom o'brien over 4 years ago
John Wolcroe over 6 years ago
Someone to Watch Over Me is a 1987 film starring Tom Berenger and Mimi Rogers and directed by Ridley Scott. The film's soundtrack includes the George and Ira Gershwin song from which the film takes its title, here sung by Sting, and Vangelis' Memories of Green, originally from Scott's Blade Runner. Socialite Claire Gregory (Mimi Rogers) attends a party and art show sponsored by one of her oldest friends, Winn Hockings (Mark Moses). Accompanying her is her straitlaced boyfriend named Neil Steinhart (John Rubinstein). In another part of town, there is a party for newly appointed detective Mike Keegan (Tom Berenger). Winn makes a little fun of Neil and Claire defends him. Winn then asks Claire to meet him in the basement for a special preview. Meanwhile, the friend is accosted by a former partner called Joey Venza (Andreas Katsulas). He is angry because Winn had not come to him to borrow money for his new art studio. After a short argument, he stabs Winn to death. Claire witnesses the...
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