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Are You Lonesome Tonight (1992)

A rich wife who is searching for her missing husband, seeks help from a private eye and her husband's call girl.

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Adrienne Welles
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Mat Henderson
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Laura
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Chambers ...
Arnold
Charmaine Charles ...
Cop
Micha Espinosa ...
Monica
John Farmer ...
Man at Benefit
Lael Jackson ...
Other Woman
Henry J. Jordan ...
Richard Welles
Carolyn Kimball ...
Eleanor
James Kuehnle ...
Bartender
Barbara Morgan ...
Middle Aged Woman
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Tony LaTour
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A sultry voice in the dark is a call to passion - and murder. Adrienne Welles is a wealthy society wife whose marriage hits rock bottom when she discovers her husband's obsession with a phone-sex girl named Laura. One evening, Adrienne returns home to find her husband gone. On the answering machine is his last conversation with Laura, cut short by his own bloodcurdling scream. With the help of a private detective, Adrienne goes in search of the mysterious Laura, descending into a seamy underworld of fatal attractions and deadly connections. Written by Helene Ducos

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He was calling for a good time. It might be his last.


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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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22 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Barbat pentru doua femei  »

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[first lines]
Richard Welles: Guess who?
Laura: Oh, I'm so glad it's you. I've been waiting by the phone. I miss you.
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Good suspense film - well crafted
9 February 2002 | by (Queensland, Australia) – See all my reviews

As far as Im concerned - a good movie allows time to fly and takes me off to another world - for 90 minutes or so. This film worked. It wasn't great, it didn't carry any deep meaning, the ending wasn't a great surprise BUT it was well directed and edited, it didn't have any gaping holes and it flowed well. I thought it was the perfect length and had a few twists to keep the audience guessing a little. - In short, a good, entertaining film, in a similar genre as "The hand that rocks the cradle". Highly recommended.


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