Jagged Edge is a crime detective with 1985 thriller directed by Richard Marquand about how dangerous passion can sometimes be.
|Producer||Michael Connors Riley, Martin Ransohoff, Don Carmody|
|In the main|
|Glenn Close |
|Operator||Matthew F. Leonetti|
|Film company||Columbia pictures corporation|
The film premiered on September 5, 1985 in Canada at the Toronto International Film Festival .
Wealthy businessman Jack Forrester was arrested on charges of killing his wife and servant, who witnessed the crime. His advocate is Teddy Barnes, a woman lawyer who takes up a case only when she is certain that her client is innocent. In addition, she has unreconciled scores with a former prosecutor who has charged. Teddy plunges headlong into the case and discovers obvious inconsistencies. The lawyer wants to make sure that the businessman suspected of double murder is innocent. Trying to get to know him better, she falls in love with Jack. But yielding to feelings, Teddy still doubts his innocence ...
- Glenn Close - Teddy Barnes
- Maria Maienset - Page Forrester
- Jeff Bridges - Jack Forrester
- Peter Coyote - Thomas Kresney
- Robert Loggia - Sam Ransome
- John Clark - Dr. Holloway
- Lance Henriksen - Frank Martin
- James Karen - Andrew Hardesty
- Brandon Call - David Barnes
- Lee Taylor Young - Virginia
- Karen Austin - Julie Jenson
- The slogan of the film is “There are two sides of this mystery. Murder ... And Passion ”-“ This mystery has two sides. Murder ... And passion. "
- With a budget of $ 15 million, the fees amounted to more than $ 40 million.  Filming was conducted at the beginning of 1985 in California .
- In the bedroom of the main characters hangs a poster from the painting " Star Wars. Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi , a film directed by Richard Marquand. 
- It was originally planned to invite Kevin Costner to the main role, but the actor refused. The main female role was to play Jane Fonda , but the studio replaced her with Glenn Close .
- The original title of the script “Hearts of Fire” did not like the studio, and a decision was made to replace it. The new name came by chance from the phrase "Knife with a Serrated Blade."
USA - October 4, 1985
Spain - January 17, 1986
Portugal - February 1986 at the Fantasporto International Film Festival
Australia - February 6, 1986
Finland - February 7, 1986
Sweden - February 21, 1986
France - February 26, 1986
Hong Kong - March 9, 1986
Great Britain - March 14, 1986
Norway - March 20, 1986
Argentina - April 3, 1986
Hungary - September 24, 1987
|1986||Oscar||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||Nomination|
|1986||Edgar Allan Poe Awards||Best screenplay||Nomination|
|1987||Young Artist Awards||Brandon call||Nomination|
- Serrated Blade at the Internet Movie Database