Movies A-Z | Celebs | SiteMap | DVD | Advanced Search
   Movie Database News    In Theaters    Coming Soon    Future Movies    BoxOffice     Trailers     Scripts     Wallpapers     Directory  
  Home -

Fever (1999) - movie overview

Fever (1999)

User Rating
(2 votes)
Critic Rating
(1 review)
OverviewReviewsCommentsDVDsForumProduction InfoAdd to MyMovies 

Quotes (2)
Trivia (4)
Plot Description
Shooting Locations

Release Date
Feb 2, 2001 (USA - Limited)
DVD Release Date
• R1: May 22, 2001

Budget $6,000,000

MPAA Rating
Rated R for violence, language, and brief nudity.

Running Time
1 hour, 50 minutes

Country UK, USA

Studio Sunlight Pictures

More info on

Other Titles
• Fever

Sign up for our Newsletter!
Movie news in your email:

Your Name:

Your E-Mail Address:

Genre: Thriller, Murder, Mental Illness, Suspense

Tagline: Who Can You Trust... When You No Longer Trust Yourself...

Plot: Alex Winter's FEVER tells the moody, haunting story of an urban-dwelling twentysomething who begins to show signs of physical and mental deterioration when faced with the suffocating pressure of living alone in New York City. Nick Parker (Henry Thomas), a struggling artist, pays the bills by teaching drawing to the elderly. Living in a squalid Brooklyn tenement, Nick avoids contact with his family, including his sister Charlotte (Teri Hatcher). When his landlord is discovered murdered one morning, Nick receives a visit from Detective Glass (Bill Duke), whom he is unable to help. Around this time, a mysterious new tenant moves into the upstairs apartment. The man, Will (David O'Hara), disturbs Nick with his matter-of-fact attitude and hidden past. As Nick's health becomes more and more fragile, rendering him pale, frazzled, and disoriented, the realization that he has once again begun to sleepwalk disturbs him even more, triggering an ultimate understanding that just might destroy him. Winter, working hand in hand with cinematographer Joe DeSalvo (ALL OVER ME, JOHNNY SUEDE), creates a stylish, claustrophobic world that is revealed strictly from Nick's scattered point of view. In maintaining this distorted vision, Winter allows the audience to truly view the story through Nick's

More Plot Descriptions


   Discussion forum for this movie
Thread Replies Last Post
There are no discussion threads for this movie yet...

Start a new discussion about this movie.

 External Reviews
external linkFever takes you for a spin where you never really know where anything or anyone stands. I recommend this film if you’re looking for a little more “art” in your VCR. 3/4

 Directed by
Alex Winter
Freaked, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, The Lost Boys
 Written by
Alex Winter
Downloaded: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Napster, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, The Lost Boys
Henry Thomas
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Gangs of New York, Legends of the Fall
Teri Hatcher
Tomorrow Never Dies, Spy Kids, Tango & Cash
Bill Duke
X-Men: The Last Stand, Predator, Payback
David O'Hara
The Devil's Own, Tristan + Isolde, The MatchMaker
Irma St. Paule
Twelve Monkeys, Trees Lounge, Thinner
Patricia Dunnock
Serial Mom, Law & Order
Helen Hanft
Manhattan, Moonstruck, Nine 1/2 Weeks
 Music By
Joe Delia
Bad Lieutenant, King of New York, The Tao of Steve

 Recommended Movies
Movie Title Agree Disagree
Angel Heart (1987)
Raising Cain (1992)
Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)

Help us improve these results!
Mark the movies you think are similar by putting a checkmark under 'Agree' and hit Submit. Leave blank those you are not sure about. is not the official site for this film.
All editorial views and opinions expressed here are for entertainment purposes only. <>

DVD | Home | BoxOffice | All Celebs | All Movies | Release Schedule | In Production | In Theaters
Coming Soon | Future Movies | Trailers | Scripts | Wallpapers | Directory | Advanced Search | Knihy
Copyright ©2002 All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.