Color of Night  

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Color of Night is a 1994 erotic mystery thriller film starring Bruce Willis and Jane March, made by Cinergi Pictures and released in the United States by Hollywood Pictures. It is one of two well-known works by director Richard Rush, the other being The Stunt Man. As a measure of the difference between the two, The Stunt Man had three Academy Award nominations, though this film also received a 1994 Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture. To its credit, the film also won a Golden Globe nomination in the category Best Original Song — Motion Picture for its theme song "The Color of the Night", performed by Lauren Christy.

Since its release in home video market it has gained a status as a cult film, and it did very well in the home video market, becoming a top-five renter.



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