KILL ME AGAIN
1989, Park Circus/ITV, 94 min, USA, Dir: John Dahl

Jack Andrews (Val Kilmer) is not the detective he was five years ago. The death of his wife drove him to drinking, gambling and a tendency to see her in every beautiful woman. Gorgeous, streetwise Fay Forrester (Joanne Whalley) has just stolen three quarters of a million of the mob’s dollars and needs to disappear. She asks Jack to make her look dead and he succeeds beyond his wildest dreams. But when Jack discovers his best friend has has been killed and Fay is nowhere to be found, he becomes trapped in the fight of his life. With Michael Madsen.


WILLOW
1988, Criterion Pictures USA, 126 min, USA, Dir: Ron Howard

In the title role of this exciting fantasy-adventure, Warwick Davis plays the reluctant protector of an infant prophesied to destroy an evil queen; aiding him in his quest is itinerant swordsman Val Kilmer. Based on a story by George Lucas, WILLOW broke new ground with its ILM-designed morphing sequences, picking up Oscar nominations for both sound and visual effects. With Joanne Whalley, Jean Marsh and Billy Barty.


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