Acting on Impulse
Acting on Impulse is a 1993 American film directed by Sam Irvin and starring Linda Fiorentino, Nancy Allen, and C. Thomas Howell. The film, which is also known under the alternate titles Secret Lives and Eyes of a Stranger, premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 3, 1993 before being broadcast by Showtime on July 10, 1993. Adam Ant, Isaac Hayes, Zelda Rubinstein, and Dick Sargent, in his last role, make cameo appearances.
|Acting on Impulse|
|Directed by||Sam Irvin|
|Produced by||Michael Jaffe|
Mark Benton Johnson
|Screenplay by||Mark Pittman|
|Story by||Solomon Weingarten|
|Starring||C. Thomas Howell|
|Music by||Daniel Licht-+2|
|Edited by||Neil Grieve|
|Distributed by||Showtime Networks|
Academy Home Entertainment
The Kansas City Star called Acting on Impulse "perverse fun" while Entertainment Weekly noted it as an "inevitable goofball thriller" saying of the ensemble, "The best bits here are the ones that seem to be going nowhere—the scenes of Fiorentino, C. Thomas Howell, and Nancy Allen drunkenly goofing around are simultaneously relaxed and fraught with sexual tension."
- "Preems pervasive at Seattle Film Fest". Variety. May 13, 1993. Retrieved April 3, 2015.
- "TV REVIEWS : A Horror Picture Star Finds Romance in a Sleek Thriller". Los Angeles Times. July 10, 1993. Retrieved April 3, 2015.
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