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Eyes of Laura Mars is a 1978 thriller film starring Faye Dunaway and Tommy Lee Jones and directed by Irvin Kershner. The screenplay, adapted from a spec script titled Eyes, written by John Carpenter, was Carpenter's first major studio film. Producer Jon Peters, who was dating Barbra Streisand at the time, bought the screenplay as a starring vehicle for the actress, but Streisand eventually decided not to take the role because of "the kinky nature of the story", as Peters later explained. The role went to Dunaway, who had just won an Oscar for her performance in Network.
The film's theme song, "Prisoner", was performed by Streisand, and was included in the soundtrack.
Eyes of Laura Mars is said to be an example of an American version of the giallo genre. The film is also noted for its twist ending.
Laura Mars (Faye Dunaway) is a glamorous fashion photographer who specializes in stylized violence. Amid controversy over whether her photographs glorify violence and are demeaning to women, Laura begins seeing, in first person through the eyes of the killer, real-time visions of the murders of her friends and colleagues.
John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones), the lieutenant in charge of the case, shows Laura unpublished police photographs of unsolved murders that very closely mirror Laura's fashion shoots. Laura's visions continue, including visions of the killer stalking her.
Video is OK, she looks great. Not sure if it works if you haven't seen the film. I've seen the film but it's a proper adult horror - this doesn't really capture it.
Maybe the first version with the guitar line intact is the album version and this is the single version?
A YouTube comment notes the similarity of the chorus line to the refrain here: Collective Soul - Tremble For My Beloved (Twilight OST)
I now prefer her single with Junica
to this - it's gone past this on my chart. It's more in her style that we love.