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Lower Level (1991)

A depressive woman who is happening through difficult times becomes the object of desire of a security guard who reads her diary and is then obsessed her sexual fantasies.

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A depressive woman who is happening through difficult times becomes the object of desire of a security guard who reads her diary and is then obsessed her sexual fantasies.

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Two players. One building. No rules.

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Rated R for violence, sensuality and language | See all certifications »
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16 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Tense, claustrophobic and at times bloody thriller
14 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

I had never heard of this movie until I watched it, but it turned out better than expected. It's nothing great, but it's tense, well-made and well-acted. Having three relatively unknown actors in the three main roles works in its favor - sometimes you almost forget you're watching a movie. Elizabeth Gracen is beautiful, sensual, strong and convincing: when she tells the villain that she is somehow turned on by him, only to catch him off guard, it's no wonder he is fooled - the viewer is fooled as well. And David Bradley is not the one-dimensional villain you might expect: he manages to bring out the sympathetic sides of his character, despite the horrible things he does ("It's not so much that I want to sleep with you", he tells Gracen, "It's just that I want to wake up next to you". That is genuinely romantic. Too bad he also kills people...). (**1/2)


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