Klute (1971)

7.0 / Rated by 1 people

114 min.
Plot  The film begins with the disappearance of Pennsylvania executive Tom Gruneman (played by Robert Milli). The police reveal that an obscene letter was found in Gruneman's office, addressed to a prostitute in New York City named Bree Daniels (Jane Fonda), who had received several similar letters from him. After six months of fruitless police work, Peter Cable (Charles Cioffi), an executive at Gruneman's company, hires family friend and detective John Klute (Donald Sutherland) to investigate Gruneman's disappearance.

Klute rents an apartment in the basement of Daniels' building, taps her phone, and follows her as she turns tricks. Daniels appears to be liberated by the freedom of freelancing as a call girl, but in a series of visits to her psychiatrist, she gradually reveals the emptiness of her life and that she wants to quit. Klute asks Daniels to answer some of his questions, but she refuses. He approaches her again, revealing that he has been watching her. She assumes that he ...



Jane Fonda
Bree Daniels
Donald Sutherland
John Klute
Charles Cioffi
Peter Cable
Roy Scheider
Frank Ligourin
Rita Gam
Vivian Nathan
Jane White
Janie Dale
Shirley Stoler
Momma Reese
Robert Milli
Tom Gruneman
Anthony Holland
Actor's Agent
Richard Shull
Mary Louise Wilson
Producer in Adv. Agency
Jean Stapleton
Goldfarb's Secretary
Lee Wallace
Nate Goldfarb (uncredited)
Sylvester Stallone
Discothèque Patron (uncredited)
Teri Garr
Psychiatrist's Receptionist (uncredited)


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United States




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