An affair with a deputy prosecutor leads a resourceful lawyer into a legal fight for his life in the courtroom thriller Presumed Innocent (1990). Not long after sleeping with a beautiful colleague (Greta Scacchi), Rusty Sabich (Harrison Ford) learns that she’s been murdered. His boss (Brian Dennehy) assigns the case to Sabich, leaving the young lawyer in a personal and professional tough spot. It’s only when a rival prosecutor (Joe Grifasi) turns the tables by accusing Sabich of the crime that the attorney realizes that the stakes in this courtroom battle are very high indeed. Based on Scott Turow’s 1987 page-turner, Alan J. Pakula’s thriller improves on its source material by enlisting Scacchi to cavort on screen. Gorgeous Greta leaves nothing to the imagination as she gets busy with an eager Ford.