|Who is it?||Actress, Producer, Director|
|Age||61 YEARS OLD|
|Directed by||Richard Marquand|
|Produced by||Martin Ransohoff|
|Written by||Joe Eszterhas|
|Starring||Glenn Close Jeff Bridges Peter Coyote Robert Loggia|
|Music by||John Barry|
|Cinematography||Matthew F. Leonetti|
|Edited by||Sean Barton Conrad Buff|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release date||October 4, 1985 (1985-10-04)|
|Running time||108 minutes|
While preparing for the trial, Barnes and Forrester spend a great deal of time together, and eventually sleep together. Ransom warns Barnes that Forrester is just trying to make her care more about his case. Her office begins receiving anonymous typed letters that mention things about the case. All of the letter t's are slightly raised, and analysis determines that they were written on a 1942 Corona typewriter.
Krasny calls Eileen Avery, who had an affair with Forrester. As Avery details her relationship with Forrester, Barnes finds it eerily similar to her own relationship with Forrester. She feels manipulated and now believes Forrester is guilty, but agrees to continue out of a sense of duty. Another note arrives at her office saying, "He is innocent. Santa Cruz. January 21, 1984. Ask Julie Jensen."