Misery is based on the Stephen King novel about an acclaimed trash novelist Paul Sheldon (Caan), who finds himself in a most bizarre, nightmarish encounter with his number one fan (Bates). After retreating to the mountains to complete his latest book, Sheldon gets caught in a snow storm and he plunges his car off the road. Knocked unconscious and near death, he is miraculously rescued and nursed back to health privately at the home of a fan who is a trained nurse. When Sheldon comes to, he learns that not only is she a great fan of his but that she is also obsessed and crazy. She holds Sheldon hostage, tortures him and demands that he change the ending to his yet unpublished book.
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