He had a four-plex or the like with peep holes in the bathroom, etc. Someone is able to see what is going on in the apartments, and this person even has videotapes of some of the action. But the equipment and its use in the film is entirely plausible, even in 1993. If you haven't seen it, give it a chance. Afterward it is revealed that he owns the apartment and has set up surveillance cameras in the walls to spy on the inhabitants. Stone was quite good in the scene, though.
It was on the news. Finally saw the uncut version of this on a premium channel. The fact that Baldwin is not even close to Michael Douglas acting-wise doesn't help either. So there's an odd feeling of familiarity. Her appearance makes me captivated for the whole movie, and I think her short haircut is just perfect.
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All of the main characters seem to be either sex addicts, perverts or impotent men, and this provides an opening for too many boring and unnecessary sex scenes. Carly and Zeke soon start meeting quite often; Carly eventually agrees to go to the gym with Zeke, who begins to turn her on by grabbing her hips while exercising. As she discovers more about Zeke and Jack, she begins to distrust both and also uncovers shocking secrets about other people who live around her. As such he is left unexplored. In her new apartment, she meets a collection of curious neighbors --Vida Polly Walker , who snorts cocaine along with ingesting all the dark secrets of the building and its tenants; Jack Landsford Tom Berenger , a successful writer who also wants to also be successful with Carly; and Zeke Hawkins William Baldwin , Carly's new landlord.
As said, the ending is ridiculous and really hurts the film. Seems that evil is aloft. The building has since become a condominium development. When he was killed, the murders stopped, but the voyeurism was way more sinister than the crimes earlier. Having seen the movie, I really don't understand why so many people criticize it so harshly. Tom Berenger is fantastically entertaining.
Although the sex scenes are good there is no story to go with it. This is about a bunch of perverts in a kinky New York apartment building and several unexpected deaths in the building. Soon, Norris becomes romantically involved with one of the prime suspects, building owner Zeke Hawkins William Baldwin. The other suspect is her neighbor, writer Jack Landsford Tom Berenger. I found no problems with the plot. In terms of mystery, Sliver's central plot succeeds, as it does somewhat but not completely keep you guessing right up to the end.
Working for a publishing company is a hard job to take, even if you went through a rough marriage and trying to start over, finding yourself shouldn't be so hard. After hanging out for a while, they end up having sex and begin a sexual relationship. It was built in 1985 and has 32 floors. Baldwin's poor acting is a detriment, but Stone is very good in a role far removed from Catherine Tremell; nice, funny little turn by Colleen Camp as her colleague. I love the building, especially.
We can see, even without reading the novel, that heroine Carly Norris was a somewhat frumpy, sexually fallow woman headed straight for matronhood. There is also the insanely crappy story of murders happening in a house full of cameras, and still no-one knows who the killer is. If only they had the guts to play her full out like that. All the film from the cameramen who actually crashed into a volcano in Hawaii and narrowly escaped death was removed. There are no special features and although the film was presented theatrically in the 2.
See, there are people in places who can know a very great deal if they choose, and also people who choose to make sure that no one knows a good deal about anything. I hate when people bash this film, for it has been and probably always will be my favorite movie of all time. She does a little microfiche sleuthing and finds that other tenants have met untimely ends. Carly Norris is a book editor living in New York City who moves into the Sliver apartment building. Tom Berenger, on the other hand, was a character I didn't care for.