Stalking Laura (aka "I Can Make You Love Me")

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Stalking Laura (1993)

(aka "I Can Make You Love Me")

I Can Make You Love Me, also known as Stalking Laura, is an American made-for-television film starring Richard Thomas and Brooke Shields. The film is based on the real-life story of American mass murderer Richard Farley, a former employee of ESL Incorporated whose romantic obsession and subsequent stalking of co-worker Laura Black culminated in the mass murder of several co-workers at ESL's headquarters in California, resulting in the first anti-stalking laws to be enacted in the United States. The first half of the film covers the events of the stalking and Farley's unrequited love for Black that led to the shootings, while the second half deals with Farley's rampage on the ESL offices. For the purposes of the film and the victims of the incident, the fictional computer company Kensitron Electronics International (K.E.I.) was used to portray the events at ESL Incorporated.

I Can Make You Love Me (aka Stalking Laura)
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UK release poster
Genre Crime
Written by Frank Abatemarco
Directed by Michael Switzer
Starring Richard Thomas
Brooke Shields
Theme music composer Sylvester Levay
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Frank Abatemarco
Ronald H. Gilbert
Producer(s) Leonard Hill
Joel Fields
Bernadette Caulfield (co-producer)
Ardythe Goergens (co-producer)
Cinematography Robert Draper
Editor(s) Mark W. Rosenbaum
Production company(s) Frank Abatemarco Productions
Joel Fields Productions
Leonard Hill Films
Distributor CBS
Original network CBS
Original release
  • February 9, 1993

Technical Specs


 92 min



Aspect Ratio:

 1.33 : 1

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