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dominic garvin over 2 years ago
Christophe Cheval over 4 years ago
charmingly twisted romcom, still a romcom
Robyn Hamilton over 5 years ago
Good acting, watchable enough but not hugely compelling.
Annika Løchte Taylor over 5 years ago
Seemed like a better version of "50 shades of Grey", but it wasn't very good either
Randi Steers over 5 years ago
Quirky and darkly humorous. Fantastic cast; James Spader is brilliant as always.
Innes Maas almost 6 years ago
"Be assured, you can count on me for excellent references."
Thomas Roberts 6 years ago
Facinating movie, have watched it several times, gyllenhaal is priceless as usual.
Debbie Whitley 7 years ago
Forget '50 Shades', watch this. A moving, unique story with filth, but soul.
Danya-El Amoxtli Gurrola over 7 years ago
Milda 1 month ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Nick almost 2 years ago
oscar diaz over 2 years ago
Chris Majchrzak over 2 years ago
Dan over 3 years ago
SS almost 4 years ago
John Callahan almost 4 years ago
Elea mckee almost 4 years ago
Secretary is a 2002 independent film directed by Steven Shainberg and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal as Lee Holloway and James Spader as E. Edward Grey. The film is based on a short story from Bad Behavior by Mary Gaitskill, and explores the relationship between a sexually dominant man and his submissive secretary. Lee Holloway (Maggie Gyllenhaal), the socially awkward and emotionally sensitive youngest daughter of a dysfunctional family, adjusts to normal life after having been hospitalized following an incident of dangerous self-harm. She learns to type, starts to date an acquaintance from high school named Peter, and begins to work as a secretary for an eccentric attorney, E. Edward Grey (James Spader), who hires her despite her stilted social skills and unprofessional appearance. Though at first Grey appears highly irritated at Lee's typos and other innocuous mistakes, it soon becomes apparent that he is sexually aroused by her submissive behavior. After he confronts her about her...
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