In the Cut

It's not Detective Malloy, nor Cornelius Webb or even ex-beau John Graham behind the deaths but Detective Rodriguez.He has a matching tattoo which is why Frannie mistook him for Malloy after stumbling across a soon to be murdered victim giving Rodriguez a blow job in a downstairs seedy bar earlier on.He decapitates Pauline, when Frannie finds out she blows him away with the .38 hidden in the coat pocket of Malloy's jacket which she's currently wearing (where he'd put it when his ankle-holster broke).She makes her way back home blood splattered and it ends with her lying down beside Malloy, where she left him still handcuffed to her sink.

Factual error: In the scene where Meg Ryan and her sister are in the coffee shop, her sister calls to the waitress that they ordered a latte, no foam, very dry - it is impossible to make a dry latte without foam, because dry means "foamy." Not to mention, a very dry latte is technically a cappuccino.

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Detective Malloy: Some women give terrible blowjobs. No rhythm at all. No sense of cock whatsoever.

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Trivia: Nicole Kidman was originally cast as Frannie, but Meg Ryan insisted on playing the role and also auditioned, something unusual for famous actresses like her.


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