Play Misty For Me (1971)
|An avid listener becomes obsessed with a california disc jockey who had an affair with her.|
Editor's NoteClint Eastwood's first film as a director is a good one with adequate suspense and some timely shocks to keep the story moving. He plays a disc jockey plagued by a female fan who loves him to death... See FATAL ATTRACTION for an interesting comparison. Features the Roberta Flack song "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face."
Cast & Crew
|Bruce Surtees - Director of Photography|
|Dean Riesner - Writer|
|Robert Daley - Producer|
|Dee Barton - Composer|
|Carl Pingitore - Editor|
|Jo Heims - Writer|
|Alexander Golitzen - Production Designer|
|Clint Eastwood - Director|
Plot SummaryA dangerously psychotic woman becomes jealously fixated on a radio disc jockey, begins following him around, and threatens not only his life, but those closest to him.