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Marcel over 5 years ago
I think the movie wants to shock the audience but fails. Doesn't keep the tension...
Robyn Hamilton 7 years ago
Can't remember much of it now but I recall enjoying it.
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Amber Maczaczyj over 7 years ago
The Last Seduction is a neo-noir 1994 film directed by John Dahl. The movie features Linda Fiorentino as the femme fatale, Peter Berg as a small town man whose one night affair turns into more than he wanted, and Bill Pullman as Fiorentino's husband who is chasing her and running from loan sharks at the same time. Fiorentino's performance generated talk of a possible Oscar nomination, but she was disqualified because the film was shown on cable television (HBO) before it was released to theatres. The movie was produced by ITC Entertainment and theatrically released by October Films. The direct to video sequel The Last Seduction II followed in 1999 featuring none of the original cast and starring Joan Severance as the character Fiorentino originated. The Last Seduction is a story about a sociopathic femme-fatale, Bridget Gregory, who steals a bag of money ($700,000) from her drug-dealing husband Clay. Bridget drives off headed to Chicago when she happens to stop at a small town, Beston...
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