Release date1983 WriterBlaine Novak (screenplay), Matthew Chapman (screenplay), Blaine Novak (original story) Initial releaseAugust 13, 1984 (New York City) ScreenplayMatthew Chapman, Blaine Novak CastPeter Coyote (Stanley, the Director), Victoria Tennant (Carol Redding / Betty), Blaine Novak (Stevie Blake), Dan Shor (Farris, the Producer), Richard Romanus (Frank Silva) Similar moviesSunset Boulevard, Maps to the Stars, Youth, Entourage, In a Lonely Place, Up the Wolves
Strangers Kiss is a 1983 drama directed by Matthew Chapman and starring Peter Coyote, Victoria Tennant, Dan Shor and Blaine Novak. The plot is about the making of Stanley Kubrick's 1955 film Killer's Kiss.
To help his actress girlfriend regain her confidence a Hollywood bigshot bankrolls a small film being made by a first-time producer and director duo. Despite the hand-to-mouth way it is made the film turns out well, as does the off-set relationship between the actress and her unknown male lead.