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Strangely, there were no signs of a struggle, although there were tear marks on Elisabeth's cheek.Panties placed under the rope tied around her neck were there to presumably prevent rope-burn ("What's a little rope burn if you're going to kill somebody? Either more than one person was the killer/rapist, or she had been compiant with her killer(s)/rapist(s).
Her father had given her an ultimatum - either resign her commission, or agree to undergo therapy. With a reversal of power roles, she convinced him to wear her red dress, lipstick (and one cowboy boot) - and he heat-stroke-hallucinated - seeing her as a Hindu Kali goddess with multiple arms (to the tune of "Baby, It's You").
Elisabeth's mentor and commanding officer Colonel Robert Moore (James Woods) was arrested on suspicion of murder (or accessory to murder) - with his fingerprints found on Elisabeth's dog-tag.
Shortly later after being released under house arrest, he was found dead in his home - with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
When she refused both options, he threatened to draw up charges of misconduct and present her for a general court-martial. I want to hear you say it happened." She called him a coward for covering-up and denying her rape. By the film's end, she had returned to India with her mother for further enlightment, and he had returned to the United States - married (to Pam Grier) and the father of twins, and a letter between them conveyed that something Pretty model/actress Kelly Monaco, fresh from being Playboy's April 1997 centerfold Playmate, also gained greater public acclaim for her roles on the soaps General Hospital and the spin-off Port Charles.
Campbell strode onto the site at am where Elisabeth was spread-eagled. After betraying her and telling her: "I don't give a damn what happened to you 7 years ago," he walked away. In non-linear fashion, it told about the life and sexual exploits of a British director/ethnographer Nic (Julian Sands) in various stages of his life, when young and teenaged, during the 50s, and then in present day.
She called it "psychological warfare, and that the enemy was daddy." Elisabeth was dating the Chief of Police's deputy son Wes Yardley (Chris Snyder), but only for outward show.
Seven years earlier, she had been gang-raped by six men as a West Point cadet (in her sophomore year) during a nighttime training exercise when she became separated from her group. That you knew she was out there, that you went out and talked to her and left her there to die....
The film was considered controversial for its scenes of unsimulated sex (although some involved body-doubles).
This extreme film told about privileged would-be writer Pierre Valombreuse (Guillaume Depardieu), living (incestuously or Oedipally?
Although the film commented upon the gender inequalities in the military, it was also criticized for leering at the female victim when she was gang-raped by trainees dressed in camouflage, and the horrific image of the murdered victim laid out and then decomposing was often revisited during the film.
At the Army base outside Savannah, Georgia, Elisabeth was soon found murdered.
Director Simon West's often-offensive, misogynistic psychological military thriller was based on the 1992 novel by Nelson De Mille.