Sliver is a erotic thriller film based on the Ira Levin novel of the same name about the mysterious occurrences in a privately owned New York high-rise apartment building. Phillip Noyce directed the film, from a screenplay by Joe Eszterhas. Because of a major battle with the MPAA (which originally gave the film an. Drama · A woman moves into an exclusive New York City apartment building, which she soon discovers houses tenants with all manner of shocking secrets. 28 Mar Audience Reviews for Sliver. Yes, it's a dumb movie, but kind of fun in a tacky way. I saw it many years ago on VHS and felt like a rewatch. It's still just as dumb today, and there's a lot of sex in it, way more than I remembered, maybe I watched a pg version originally, or I just forgot, not sure which. I actually.
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Sliver (United States, ). A movie review by James Berardinelli. On the rebound from a lifeless seven-year marriage and trying to get her personal life back on track, Carly Norris (Sharon Stone) decides on a change in venue and opts to move into an upscale Manhattan high-rise. There she meets a trio of unusual.