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Red Letters (2000)
Starring: Fairuza Balk, Peter Coyote, Nastassja Kinski, Jeremy Piven, Paul Gleason, Ernie Hudson, Udo Kier
Director: Bradley Battersby
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Drama, Independent
Studio: Paramount Pictures
English, Spanish
102 mins



In murder, what can you trust, your emotions or the evidence?

After an illicit affair with a college coed, Professor Dennis Burke (Peter Coyote) is forced to accept a post at another university.Alone in his apartment, Dennis discovers a collection of erotic letters.Intrigued, he responds and soon finds himself seduced by Lydia (Nastassja Kinski), an escaped murderer, framed by a jilted lover (Udo Kier).Now, Dennis must outwit a relentless detective (Ernie Hudson), and a suspicious student (Fairuza Balk) and determine what to trust - his emotions or the evidence.