Laura Black has got it. She has got her master's in computer science and she has got that great job in Silicon Valley. Time to say 'bye bye' to mom and dad and to leave Virginia. Everything seems to be fine with one exception. That guy Richard Farley at her new job. If he would stop his attempts to date her. For weeks his psycho terror has been going on now. Laura decides not to let him win. She does not want to be his 'victim'. May be an official complaint about Farley would solve her problem?
Even the most innocent relationship can become a fatal attraction.
Did You Know?
This film's fictional "Kensitron" was based on the real-life ESL Incorporated of Sunnyvale in which Richard Farley, an employee of Kensitron, became infatuated by a female co-worker, Laura Black, and this developed into an obsession and eventual mass murder resulting in California's introduction of its first anti-stalking laws, very progressive for the time (1989-90). As of 2018, Farley is still on Death Row in San Quentin, and continued to write letters from prison to Laura herself, telling her that she had "finally won" and maintaining the notion that they were destined to be together. See more
After Laura's been shot she goes out into the hallway and leans her back against a mural on the wall - the cameraman is reflected in the glass of the mural. See more
What is it? How far are you going to push this? What do you want? You want to kill me? You want to rape me?
You and I were meant for each other, Laura.
Why me? Just tell me, why me?
All I know is, you and I were meant to be together, forever.