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Release Date:
29 April 1988 (USA) See more »
Uncontrollable Passion. Undeniable Heat. See more »
A young Southern débutante temporarily abandons her posh lifestyle and upcoming, semi-arranged marriage to have a lustful and erotic fling with a rugged drifter who works at a local carnival. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Zalman King 
Writing credits
Zalman King (story) &
MacGregor Douglas (story) (as Macgregor Douglas)

Zalman King (screenplay)

Produced by
Donald P. Borchers .... producer
Susan Gelb .... associate producer
Don Levin .... executive producer
Mel Pearl .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jonathan Elias (music composed by)
Cinematography by
Mark Plummer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Marc Grossman 
Casting by
Linda Francis 
Production Design by
Michelle Minch 
Art Direction by
Sarah Burdick Stone  (as Sarah Burdick)
Set Decoration by
Susan Mina Eschelbach 
Costume Design by
Maria Mancuso 
Makeup Department
Denise Dellavalle .... makeup artist
Douglas Gordon .... first assistant hair stylist
James Kelly .... hair colorist
Joni Powell .... assistant hairdresser (as Joni Meers)
Joni Powell .... assistant makeup artist (as Joni Meers)
Kris Rosenberger .... hairdresser
Production Management
Don Behrns .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Kelley .... first assistant director
Roger La Page .... assistant director: second unit (as Roger Lepage)
David Newman .... second assistant director
Howard Worth .... second unit director
Art Department
Marcie Begleiter .... storyboard artist (as Marcie Dale)
Laurie Dalton .... art department coordinator
Warren Greenwood .... storyboard artist (as Warren William Greenwood)
Hiroshi Igaki .... swing gang
Andrew Moore .... leadman (as Andrew K. Moore)
Delman Moore .... swing gang
Marc Pollack .... property master (as Marc S. Pollack)
Paul M. Porter .... swing gang
D. Lee Rouse .... swing gang
Janna Sheehan .... floral designer
Paul Silverman .... assistant property master
Danielle Simpson .... set dresser (as Danielle M. Simpson)
Charles A. Stutts .... swing gang
Allan Johnson .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Gary C. Bourgeois .... sound re-recording mixer (as Gary Bourgeois)
Chris Carpenter .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Gragg .... boom man (as Richard A. Gragg)
John Haeny .... sound effects editor
Stephen Halbert .... production sound mixer
David Hankins .... sound supervisor
Pat McCormick .... dialogue editor (as Patrick McCormick)
Dean Okrand .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Sawelson .... dialogue editor (as Matthew G. Sawelson)
Melissa Sherwood Hofmann .... sound effects editor (as Melissa Sherwood)
Joel Valentine .... sound effects editor
Dave Weathers .... sound supervisor (as David Weathers)
William Weir .... sound apprentice
Peggy McAffee .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Brad Sherman .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Tom Chesney .... effects technician
Robin L. D'Arcy .... effects coordinator (as Robin D'Arcy)
Bruce D. Hayes .... effects technician (as Bruce Hayes)
Emmet Kane .... effects technician
Robert E. Worthington .... effects technician
Peter Zamora .... effects technician
Steve Berens .... stunts
Vince Deadrick Sr. .... stunts (as Vincent Deadrick Sr.)
Ken Fritz .... stunts
Ralph Garrett .... stunts
Mike Johnson .... stunts (as John Michael Johnson)
Hannah Kozak .... stunts
Steven Lambert .... stunts (as Steven Hal Lambert)
Paul M. Lane .... stunts
Karen McLarty .... stunts
Gary Morgan .... stunts
Denney Pierce .... stunts
Bernie Pock .... stunts
Larry Randles .... stunts
Thomas Rosales Jr. .... stunts
Debby Lynn Ross .... stunts (as Debbie Lynn Ross)
Monty L. Simons .... stunts (as Monty A. Simons)
Jeff Smolek .... stunt coordinator
Bob Terhune .... stunts
George P. Wilbur .... stunts (as George Peter Wilbur)
Jim Wilkey .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Patric J. Abaravich .... chief lighting technician
Rolf Brauneis .... still photographer
Alicia Brauns .... second assistant camera
Janine Monique Brauns .... camera loader
Kevin 'Rambo' Fitzgerald .... grip (as Kevin Fitzgerald)
Mark Gambino .... best boy grip
George Gary .... electrician
Eyal Gordin .... assistant camera: second unit
Michael Grady .... grip
Daniel Graff .... gaffer: second unit (as Daniel L. Graff)
Marvin Hoar .... video operator
Lawrence A. Linsey .... assistant chief lighting technician
Damon Marcellino .... electrician
Andre Martinez .... grip
Jason Matlin .... electrician
Rick Perez .... electrician (as Richard Perez)
Monty Rowan .... director of photography: second unit
Scott E. Steele .... first assistant camera
Robert J. Studenny .... key grip (as Robert Studenny)
Gary Tieche .... electrician (as Gary K. Tieche)
Kevin Wadowski .... key grip: second unit
Ron Bahara .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Barbara Harris .... voice casting
Karyn Isaacs .... extras casting
Melanie Massey .... casting assistant
Robert Lansing Parker .... extras casting (as Lansing Parker)
Andy Petrow .... extras casting coordinator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jill Sharaf .... wardrobe assistant
Linda Stein Graham .... key costumer
Editorial Department
James Gavin Bedford .... first assistant editor
Linn Harter .... assistant editor
Music Department
Joe Bilella .... music coordinator
Jonathan Elias .... music arranger
Jonathan Elias .... music producer
Jonathan Elias .... music realization
Scott Elias .... executive music producer
Sherman Foote .... music realization
David Gennaro .... music studio assistant
Doug Hall .... additional arrangements
Gay Jones .... music coordinator
Susan Kent .... associate music producer
John McCullough .... music coordinator
Jim Nicholson .... music studio assistant
Laura Perlman .... music editor
John J. Russo .... associate music producer
Steve Sauber .... additional arrangements
Michael Whalen .... music studio assistant
Transportation Department
Moore Brian .... driver (as Brian Joseph Moore)
Andrew Broomhead .... driver
Sheldon Cowan .... driver
Joe Feeney .... driver (as Joseph Feeney)
Kenny Fox .... driver
Mitch Friedman .... driver
Geno Hart .... transportation captain
Duncan M. Puett .... driver
James Reeves .... transportation captain
Jon Reeves .... driver
Richard Rollison .... transportation coordinator
William Small .... driver (as Bill Small)
Craig Winchell .... driver
Bruce Callahan .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Nathaniel Acker .... stand-in
Newell Alexander .... walla group
Charles Bartlett .... walla group
Steve Berens .... trainer: Jake
Doug Burch .... walla group
Russell Clark .... choreographer
Charles Conable .... paramedic
Marcia del Mar .... walla group (as Marcia Del Mar)
Stephen Edwards .... assistant coordinator
Steve Eisenberg .... production accounting software: Cine-Com
Ike Eisenmann .... walla group
Cherie Franklin .... dialogue coach
Ellen Geer .... walla group
Cori Glazer .... script supervisor (as Corinne M. Glazer)
Robert Greene .... assistant to director
Jerry Gruenberg .... producer's representative
Mike Horwin .... location manager
Chloe King .... craft service
Brian M. Kingman .... insurance: Albert G. Ruben & Company, Inc.
Tommy Lamey .... walla group
Gillian Lefkowitz .... stand-in (as Gillian King)
Jeanne Matullo .... location scout
Joseph McCarter .... assistant animal trainer
Marie Melendez .... production coordinator
Robert Mintz .... completion bond: The Completion Bond Company (as Bob Mintz)
Leonard Morpurgo .... publicist
Pamela Kay Pawlak .... assistant to producer
Mary Linda Phillips .... walla group (as Linda Phillips)
Paul Plannette .... production assistant (as Paul Planette)
Paige Pollack .... walla group (as Paige Nan Pollack)
Del Shores .... walla group
Lois Wilson .... studio teacher
Rebekah F. Wright .... production coordinator (as Rebekah E. Wright)
Ray Zimmerman .... production accountant (as Raymond G. Zimmerman)
John K. Berry .... production assistant (uncredited)
Bundy Chanock .... set medic (uncredited)
Joseph F Sciuto .... event consultant (uncredited)
Melissa Smith .... sales and marketing coordinator (uncredited)
Gil Aranow .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Andrea Bresler .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Stewart Brookman .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Cynthia Campos-Greenberg .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to (as Cynthia Campos)
Fred Davis .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Neil Fischer .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Bob Fukuyama .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Seth Gold .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Gary Greenberg .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Terry Kirby .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Patricia Louisianna Knop .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to (as Patricia Louisiana Knop)
Gary Kurfirst .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
David Landau .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Jeff Levy .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Ira Lippy .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Peter Matorin .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Tina Neilson .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to
Douglas F. O'Neons .... acknowledgment: our special appreciation and thanks to (as Doug O'Neons)
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Additional Details

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104 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The title may be a pun, given the erotic nature of the film.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: At the beginning of the dance hall/pool room sequence, the shadow of the camera crew can be seen on the dance hall floor.See more »
Perry:[to the motel guests after his argument with April] Sorry for the disturbance folks, but that is one special wacko chick.See more »
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15 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
As steamy and erotic as you let it be, 20 November 2001
Author: cousteau

I have to admit that, of Zalman King's films, the only other one I've seen is <In God's Hands>-which is not erotic, but very sensual- and this is the only 'erotic' film I've ever really watched.

Having said this I let the film be what it wants to be; erotic. Nothing more, nothing less. If you watch <Two Moon Junction> having preconceptions about how erotica HAS to involve bad acting, or a lame script, you won't let its passion take over your film experience. I have to admit I wasn't particularly interested in the acting as much as the chemistry between the characters. I felt the acting fine, and chemistry top-notch=)

Not many people have seen <In God's Hands>, a film about three nomadic surfers, but just in case you either have or are planning to see this other Zalman King "great": After seeing it, you will appreciate what King was trying to put forth in <Two Moon Junction> after seeing <In God's Hands>. Passion. Sensuality. The difference is TMJ is erotic wheras IGH was about the surfer mentality and spirituality. In both films however, what you see and think are not as important as how you feel while you're watching them. The whole is greater than the sum of their parts.

Richard Tyson as the lead may or may not be adequate for guys, although attractive to most of us women. But whether you're a chick or not, you will find Sherilynn Fenn outright gorgeous, point blank. She's beautiful, sexy, sultry, seductive, mischievous, etc...not to mention a platinum blonde with a charming Southern accent. (Watch for a few tiny but oh-so-precious Milla Jovovich scenes=)

Overall this film obviously isn't an Oscar contender, because there is no category for "most sensual film". But the fact that this is a little-known gem with a LOT of sex appeal,- no taboos, no manipulations or even morals to shove down your throat- is what gives this film its unique appeal, and "the sky is the limit" sexual power; the less preconceptions you have, the more you will enjoy the film =)

Did I mention the soundtrack perfectly complements the eye candy and captures the mood of the film? Another Zalman King strength.

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