BLIND SIDE (TV movie)
A mysterious man plagues the lives of a couple who fled the scene of a hit-and-run-accident in Mexico.
Aaron is business-like. Nervous about being overheard in restaurant. Has lots of contacts for information. Willing to threaten with legal action until sees Shell in action, then wants to pass the Kaines on to a criminal lawyer. Has ornate, old-fashioned office with tapestry chair, carved desk.
Expensive, classy suits, gold tie pin.
"Ordinary psycho-thriller... plot driven by stupidity." Billboard, 6/12/1993.
"Good for a few shivers... a few clever touches." Variety, 1/29/1993.
"Almost good." Hollywood Reporter. 1/29/1993.
"I know some aspects of this are very upsetting, but you've got to try to keep things in perspective."
"I strongly suggest that you run your ass back down to that beach in San Rabino, because if you even talk to my clients I'll slap a restraining order on you and I will sink you so deep in legal paper you won't know which end is up."
"Listen, this is out of my league."
Filmed in Los Angeles, Altadena, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Just over 4 minutes in 3 scenes, at 14 minutes, 23 minutes, and 33 minutes into film.
Ron Silver (WG 9/1987 episodes 27-31)