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This is a movie I watched because I am a fan of actress Susan George, most noted for her role in Straw Dogs with Dustin Hoffman. Susan is a good actress when she has the right script and director, this film had neither to offer her or us, the viewing public. The best thing this movie had to offer was a young, obscure actress who was credited as Robin O'Conner in the end credits. She stole the show in cuteness, but even that is not enough to make this one float. I would recommend this movie only to someone who is a die hard fan of one of the actors in the movie. The movie's plot is hardly worth mentioning, about 2 brothers, who have a penchant for theft, one is lucky enough to be shagging the delectable Robin O'Conner, the other becomes involved with Susan George who is the wife of a wealthy slime-ball. The pair rob him and that is about it for plot. It's not worth being any more descriptive with this low-budget mess. There is not even an unnecessary sex scene in it to justify it being made, or at least one that's steamy enough to be called one. There are probably 2 romantic scenes, neither being worth holding your breath over.
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