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Extremities  with Farrah Fawcett (Size: 830.15 MB)
Extremities is a 1986 film starring Farrah Fawcett, Alfre Woodard, Diana Scarwid and James Russo. It was adapted from the successful, yet controversial, 1982 off-Broadway play by William Mastrosimone. Farrah Fawcett had also appeared in the play to great critical acclaim, taking over a role originated by Susan Sarandon. James Russo also appeared in the play as the attacker.
Farrah Fawcett ... Marjorie
James Russo ... Joe
Alfre Woodard ... Patricia
Diana Scarwid ... Terry
Sandy Martin ... Officer Sudow
Eddie Velez ... Officer #1
Tom Everett ... Officer #2
Donna Lynn Leavy ... Woman on Phone (voice)
Enid Kent ... Mother at Police Station
Michael Hennessy ... Bob the Pizza Guy
Clare Wren ... Marjorie's Racquetball Partner
James Avery ... Security Guard
Fawcett plays Marjorie, a young woman who works in a museum and lives with two female roommates, Pat (Woodard) and Terry (Scarwid). One night, while getting into her car, she is attacked by a masked assailant (Russo). She escapes, but not before he makes off with her purse. She goes to the police but is told there is very little they can do. The next day, with Marjorie's roommates at work, her nightmare comes true as the assailant (named Joe) forces his way into her house. A terrifying scene of events unfolds as Joe subjects Marjorie to a continuous barrage of mental and physical assaults. Marjorie finally overpowers Joe by spraying his eyes with insect repellent. She then ties him up and contemplates murder. When Terry and Pat return home, they try to convince Marjorie to think about the consequences of her actions. Marjorie finally forces Joe to admit his guilt, and calls the police.
For her performance, Fawcett received a 1986 Golden Globe nomination for "Best Actress in a Drama".
Golden Globes, USA
1987 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama Farrah Fawcett