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Passion beyond limits, seduction beyond control, pleasure beyond imagination...experience irresistible fantasy, daring desire and endless excitement in this special Red Shoe Diaries collection from master sensualist Zalman King.
Not so entertaining, but pretty good for a low budget film.
JHTL was a movie that I initially saw on cable because nothing else was on and David Duchovny was a virtual unknown actor to me.
I found that the script was very clever and that the relationship that Julia develops with her fiancee and her gentleman caller somewhat interesting. The conversation starts out quite sophmoric, like conversations that you had on the phone in high school, but as the film drags on the dialogue gets a little better.
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