E X T R E M I T I E S

After narrowly escaping an attempted rape, Marjorie (Fawcett) is haunted by the fact that her attacker (James Russo) knows where she lives. But when he appears on her doorstep and subjects her to a non-stop barrage of physical and mental assaults, Marjorie manages to disarm and capture him. Filled with fear and hostility, she conspires with her roommates (Diana Scarwid and Alfre Woodard) to take the law into their own hands. But as her rage consumes her, Marjorie shocks her friends with a proposal that challenges the perilously thin line between justice and vengeance. Extremities was released in 1986 starring Farrah Fawcett, Alfre Woodard, Diana Scarwid, and James Russo. It was adapted from the successful, yet controversial, 1982 Broadway play by William Mastrosimone. Both Fawcett and Russo appeared in the play