Margaux Hemingway makes her film debut as a high fashion model who is violated as much by "the system" as she is by her rapist. Chris Sarandon ("Fright Night") plays the low-keyed music teacher who brutally attacks her and forces her to the point of desperation – and revenge. As Margaux's lawyer, Academy-Award®* winner Anne Bancroft gives a brilliant, uncompromising portrayal of a woman who takes on the legal system in an attempt to define the rights of woman in this complex and controversial issue. Director Lamont Johnson guides the film to its shocking and violent conclusion after convincing the audience that, in some cases, only after rape occurs does the real horror story begin. *Best Actress "The Miracle Worker," 1962

Movie Backdrop
Expand

Lipstick (1976)

Drama

IMDB Logo TheMovieDB Logo

Description

Margaux Hemingway makes her film debut as a high fashion model who is violated as much by "the system" as she is by her rapist. Chris Sarandon ("Fright Night") plays the low-keyed music teacher who brutally attacks her and forces her to the point of desperation – and revenge. As Margaux's lawyer, Academy-Award®* winner Anne Bancroft gives a brilliant, uncompromising portrayal of a woman who takes on the legal system in an attempt to define the rights of woman in this complex and controversial issue. Director Lamont Johnson guides the film to its shocking and violent conclusion after convincing the audience that, in some cases, only after rape occurs does the real horror story begin. *Best Actress "The Miracle Worker," 1962

Where to Watch

Cast
Person Photo

Margaux Hemingway

Chris McCormick
Person Photo

Chris Sarandon

Gordon Stuart
Person Photo

Perry King

Steve Edison
Person Photo

Anne Bancroft

Carla Bondi
Person Photo

John Bennett Perry

Martin McCormick
Person Photo

Mariel Hemingway

Kathy McCormick
Person Photo

Francesco Scavullo

Francesco (as Francesco)
Person Photo

Meg Wyllie

Sister Margaret
Person Photo

Inga Swenson

Sister Monica
Person Photo

Lauren Jones

Policewoman
Person Photo

William Paul Burns

Judge (as Bill Burns)
Person Photo

Way Bandy

Make-up Artist
Person Photo

Harry King

Hairdresser
Person Photo

Sean Byrnes

Photographers Helper
Person Photo

Catherine McLeod

Vogue Lady
Person Photo

Macon McCalman

Police Photographer
Person Photo

Mary Margaret Lewis

Court Clerk
Person Photo

Nick Masi Jr.

Reporter
Person Photo

Peggy Rea

Reporter
Person Photo

Bill Zuckert

Apartment Manager
Person Photo

Tamara Chaplin

Dancer
Person Photo

Lisa Walford

Dancer
Person Photo

Betty Sinow

Dancer
Person Photo

Ruth Teifel

Dancer
Person Photo

Mary Ann Kellogg

Dancer
Person Photo

Sharon Rubin

Dancer
Person Photo

Robin Gammell

Nathan Cartright
Person Photo

Al Beaudine

Reporter (uncredited)
Person Photo

Jack Berle

Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Person Photo

Robert Cole

Reporter (uncredited)
Person Photo

Bart Greene

Reporter (uncredited)
Person Photo

Freda Jones

Juror (uncredited)
Person Photo

Paul King

Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Person Photo

Monty O'Grady

Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Person Photo

Charlotte Portney

Stenographer (uncredited)
Person Photo

Tony Regan

Reporter (uncredited)
Person Photo

Leoda Richards

Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Person Photo

Hank Robinson

Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Person Photo

Judith Woodbury

Juror (uncredited)
Person Photo

Gary Wright

Bailiff (uncredited)
Crew
Person Photo

Lamont Johnson

Director
Disc Releases
Disc Title Front Cover

Lipstick

(Blu-ray, Keep Case (HD, Low))

2/15/2022

Disc Title Front Cover

Lipstick

(DVD, Keep Case (Std.))

10/14/2003

Disc Title Front Cover

Lipstick

(DVD, Keep Case (Std.))

10/14/2003

Disc Title Front Cover

Lipstick

(DVD)

MobileIcon
app store google play