Suspenseful and relentlessly stylish, BLUE STEEL is a slick, crypto-feminist thriller from Kathryn Bigelow (NEAR DARK, POINT BREAK), a gifted action director with a feel for the eroticism of violence.
During her first night on the job, rookie cop Megan Turner (Jamie Lee Curtis) breaks up a supermarket robbery and kills the gunman, whose pistol ends up in the hands of customer Eugene Hunt (Ron Silver). Hunt, a deranged Wall Street broker, takes the gun home and inscribes Megan's name on the
bullets; obsessed with Megan, he begins a killing spree. Meanwhile, Megan has problems of her own: her mother (Louise Fletcher) is being abused by her father (Philip Bosco); ...