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That night while comforting a distraught Hedy, Sam tells her that "if anyone's to blame, it's my fault. Films directed by Barbet Schroeder.

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When Allie leaves, Hedy goes up to the apartment and attacks Graham. When Sam returns the following night, Hedy impersonates Allie and performs oral sex on him. Afterwards, Hedy begs Sam to leave Allie alone, but he refuses and insists on telling Allie the truth. Furious, Hedy kills him by gouging his eye with her stiletto heel. The next day Hedy tells Allie she is about to leave. Later Allie sees a news report on Sam's death, realizes what has happened and tries to leave. Hedy takes Allie hostage at gunpoint.

She states that everyone will assume Allie killed Sam since Hedy and Allie resemble each other. In order to "protect" Allie, Hedy tries to convince her that they must run away. When Hedy leaves, Allie attempts to send a distress message, but Hedy catches her and angrily confronts her. Myerson in the meantime notices his files being erased and rushes off to find Allie. He finds her tied up on the floor and tries to free her but is attacked and killed by Hedy.

Hedy attempts to persuade Allie to commit suicide via drug overdose, but Allie instead smashes the water glass in Hedy's face.

The women struggle for the gun which Hedy points at Allie as she tries to run, begging Allie not to leave her. Allie coldly tells her, "I'm not like your sister, Hedy. I'm like you now. Allie drags Hedy off her friend, flees, and is shot in the shoulder by Hedy.

A chase ensues from Graham's apartment to the elevator where Hedy chokes Allie unconscious and drags her towards the furnace. When Hedy finds Allie missing, she grabs a hook from a closet and screams for Allie to come out. Lured into thinking Allie is hiding in another closet, Hedy lashes out at a mirror inside. She is then stabbed in the back by Allie and they struggle briefly before Allie strikes one last blow.

She then watches in horror and sadness as Hedy dies. In an epilogue, Allie narrates that she has finally moved on. She forgives Hedy for killing Sam, and keeps trying to forgive herself for Hedy. She states that Hedy's survivor's guilt was her downfall.

Allie mentions that she knows what happens to those people. The final shot is a photo of her and Hedy's faces superimposed as one. The film debuted at No. The character of Hedy has been cited as an example of borderline personality disorder. She suffers from a markedly disturbed sense of identity, and tries to remedy it by adopting the wholesome attributes of her roommate. It is implied that she feels a deep-seated emptiness, while her fear of abandonment leads to drastic measures.

The film was followed by a direct to video sequel, Single White Female 2: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For its title track, see Single White Female song. This section's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Allie coldly tells her, "I'm not like your sister, Hedy. I'm like you now. Allie drags Hedy off her friend, flees, and is shot in the shoulder by Hedy. A chase ensues from Graham's apartment to the elevator where Hedy chokes Allie unconscious and drags her towards the furnace.

When Hedy finds Allie missing, she grabs a hook from a closet and screams for Allie to come out. Lured into thinking Allie is hiding in another closet, Hedy lashes out at a mirror inside. She is then stabbed in the back by Allie and they struggle briefly before Allie strikes one last blow. She then watches in horror and sadness as Hedy dies.

In an epilogue, Allie narrates that she has finally moved on. She forgives Hedy for killing Sam, and keeps trying to forgive herself for Hedy.

She states that Hedy's survivor's guilt was her downfall. Allie mentions that she knows what happens to those people. The final shot is a photo of her and Hedy's faces superimposed as one. The film debuted at No. The character of Hedy has been cited as an example of borderline personality disorder. She suffers from a markedly disturbed sense of identity, and tries to remedy it by adopting the wholesome attributes of her roommate.

It is implied that she feels a deep-seated emptiness, while her fear of abandonment leads to drastic measures. The film was followed by a direct to video sequel, Single White Female 2: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the film. For its title track, see Single White Female song. This section's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed.

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