Apology Trailer

Apology Trailer (1986)

27 July 1986 98 mins

'Apology' stars Lesley Anne Warren (with a Stefanie Powers hairdo) as a Manhattan-based sculptor/performance artist. To enhance her latest project, Warren invites the participation of anonymous phone callers, whose voices she records. One of her unseen "collaborators" calls her up to confess to a murder--several murders, in fact. Warren strongly suspects that the mystery caller may be intending a little "performance" involving her own demise.

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Cast

Peter Weller

as Rad Hungate

John Glover

as Philip

Harvey Fierstein

as The derelict

Charles S. Dutton

as Asst. District Attorney

Ellen Barber

as Patty Garretson

Reathel Bean

as Lt. Arnold Goodson

Chris Noth

as Roy Burnette

Diana Reis

as Jean

Joe Zaloom

as Street vendor

Jay Devlin

as Truck driver

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 27 July 1986

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