Copycat (movie)

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Directed by Jon Amiel
Produced by Arnon Milchan
Mark Tarlov
Written by Ann Biderman
David Madsen
Starring Sigourney Weaver
Holly Hunter
Dermot Mulroney
Harry Connick, Jr.
William McNamara
Music by Christopher Young
Cinematography László Kovács
Editing by Jim Clark
Studio Regency Enterprises
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) October 27, 1995
Running time 123 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $20,000,000
Money made $32,051,917 (domestic)[1]

Copycat is a 1995 American psychological thriller movie. It was directed by Jon Amiel, produced by Arnon Milchan and Mark Tarlov and written by Ann Biderman and David Madsen.

It is set in San Francisco, California. It stars Sigourney Weaver as criminal psychologist Dr. Helen Hudson and Holly Hunter as police detective M.J. Monahan. Dermot Mulroney plays her work partner, detective Reuben Goetz. Harry Connick, Jr. plays Daryll Lee Cullum and William McNamara plays Peter Foley. Cullum is imprisoned early in the movie for murder and for attacking Hudson. As a result of the attack, she has agoraphobia and posttraumatic stress disorder. Foley is a serial killer who is committing murders in the ways that they were done by notorious serial killers.

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  1. "Forces of Nature at Box Office Mojo". Retrieved 2010-09-29. 

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