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Plot: A woman moves into an apartment in Manhattan and learns that the previous tenant’s life ended mysteriously after they fell from the balcony.
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Shallow pulpy romance/suspense/mystery
Decent acting doesn’t salvage this poorly scripted, over-sexed, story of a 30-something woman (Stone) who seems to make all of the worse possible choices in places to live and boyfriends. “Sliver” is the beautiful but apparently haunted (or at least dangerous) apartment building she moves into on the rebound from a lengthy failed relationship. Vulnerable, Stone is almost immediately courted by her new neighbors – Berenger and Baldwin. Inexplicably, she doesn’t even consider moving when she learns that several unresolved murders, suicides or accidental deaths have occurred in the building, including the former occupant of her own room who looked just like her. Both of her suitors are creepy and seem about as trustworthy as politicians, and it appears likely that at least one of them has committed some terrible crimes.
This film must have made a better grade b mystery/suspense novel than a movie. Not having read the book, I can only guess based on my experience with the pulp mystery genre that the film follows its plot closely. All of the main characters seem to be either sex addicts, perverts or impotent men, and this provides an opening for too many boring and unnecessary sex scenes. I suppose these were meant to fill in the gaps left by the vacuous plot and the uninspired script.
In terms of mystery, Sliver’s central plot succeeds, as it does (somewhat but not completely) keep you guessing right up to the end. However, the plot would have made a much better 30 minute or hour-long episode of a TV detective show (minus the sex). Sliver is overloaded with baggage and filler – too many sex scenes, a little too much character development (especially considering how shallow, irrational and absurd most of the characters are) and not enough psychological realism.
Overall, I found the film slightly entertaining, but a little difficult to get all the way through.
Uneven psychological sex-thriller
Carly Norris has just moved into a fancy high-rise Manhattan apartment building, a sliver. After having her application accepted very quickly she soon finds out that the previous tenant in her apartment was not only killed, but Carly looks just like her. Signs point to the fact that the killer is someone Carly knows from the building…
The plot tries to tackle some pretty deep psychology by probing into human nature’s curiosity and compulsiveness, but only manages to scratch the surface, if that. The film also spends too much time developing as a “who’s the killer?” movie to tackle any deeper subject matter. The list of suspects is also surprising limited so any who has seen a few films in the genre will narrow the “mystery” here to only a few key shreds of evidence, though the actual ending might still not be totally expected, it won’t be satisfyingly clever either. The film’s misguided development brings about some serious questions since there are pretty big changes in character, yet very little happens to actually merit them. In a brief, but interesting scene, Carly is dared to take of her panties in a fancy restaurant as part of a “game.” Pretty risky game that would require a good amount of nerves and build-up, yet this is the first (and only) “game” they ever play. These things go on and what is left is an uneven psychological sex-thriller that even manages to deliver only mediocre sex scenes. — 4/10
Rated R for sexual content and some violence
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director Phillip Noyce
Writer Ira Levin (novel), Joe Eszterhas (screenplay)
Actors Sharon Stone, William Baldwin, Tom Berenger, Polly Walker
Awards 4 wins & 9 nominations.
Production Company Paramount Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby SR (as Dolby Stereo SR)
Aspect Ratio 2.10 : 1 (Blu-ray release), 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Gold II, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length 2,953 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman EXR 200T 5293, EXR 500T 5296)
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm