“Served up by actors in their top form."

– Variety

"My most feminist film so far."

– Percy Adlon


A film by Percy Adlon

Donald Sutherland  •  Brendan Fraser

Lolita Davidovich

Julie Delpy, Sally Kellerman, Linda Hunt

Show Me Your Face by Bob Telson and Lee Breuer

Performed by Donald Sutherland

A neglected wife gets revenge from beyond the grave in this inverted fairy tale set in Glendale, CA. Worn out with her husband Jonathan's infidelities and trying to keep their self-storage business afloat, the once-beautiful Penny falls dead from her office chair...while upstairs Jonathan blithely has sex with yet another lady customer. Without Penny, the feckless Jonathan finds his business crumbling. Worse, he can't stop seeing his dead wife, looking younger and more lovely with every appearance. The visions send him into a spiral of obsessive daydreams until, finally, he is unable to live without her…

Screenplay by Percy and Felix Adlon

Produced by Eleonore Adlon

Produced for television by Dietrich von Watzdorf

Director of Photography - Bernd Heinl

Editor - Suzanne Fenn

Production design - Steven Legler

Music by Hans Zimmer

A pelemele/Leora Films production

Premiered at the Tokyo International Film Festival, 1993: Best Actress Lolita Davidovich

Special Jury Prize, Brussels International Film Festival, 1994

Filmed on 35mm Kodak in Glendale, CA, September - November, 1992

English, 97 min