This box-office smash is set in a seaside village where four friends share their final summer before heading to college. It's the Fourth of July, and Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar) has won a beauty contest, to the delight of handsome boyfriend Barry (Ryan Phillippe); her best friend, the smart and ambitious Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt); and Julie's boyfriend, Ray (Freddie Prinze, Jr.). After celebrating at an isolated beach, they head for home, but their revelry leads to an accident - they've killed a pedestrian. Scared and confused, they come to an uneasy decision to push the body off a pier. The four friends swear to take their secret to their graves. But that time may come a lot sooner than they think: A clever and vicious tormentor knows their secret and intends to make them pay for it.

  • 1 hr 41 minRHDSD
  • Oct 17, 1997
  • Horror

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Cast & Crew

  • FREDDIE PRINZE JR.Actor

  • Anne HecheActor

    Anne Heche was born on May 25, 1969 in Aurora, Ohio, USA as Anne Celeste Heche. She is an actress and writer, known for Six Days Seven Nights (1998), Donnie Brasco (1997) and Wag the Dog (1997). She was previously married to Coleman 'Coley' Laffoon.
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  • BRIDGETTE WILSON-SAMPRASActor

  • JENNIFER LOVE HEWITTActor

  • MUSE WATSONActor

  • Ryan PhillippeActor

    Ryan Phillippe was born on September 10, 1974 in New Castle, Delaware, to Susan (Thomas), a nurse, and Richard Phillippe, a chemical technician. He has three sisters, Kirsten, Lindsay, and Katelyn, and attended New Castle Baptist Academy. Ryan's acting career began with the soap opera One Life to Live (1968). It was no small role. His character, Billy Douglas, was US daytime television's first gay teenager. Billy struggled with coming out issues and the town's anti-gay reactions. After several other television appearances and he began appearing in movies of his own, Nowhere (1997), White Squall (1996) I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), Cruel Intentions (1999), Crash (2005), Flags of our Fathers (2006), and Stop-Loss (2008).
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