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26 October 1994 (USA) See more »
She wants it all... & she wants it now... See more »
A devious sexpot steals her husband's drug money and hides out in a small town where she meets the perfect dupe for her next scheme. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nominated for BAFTA Film Award. Another 11 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Linda Fiorentino ... Bridget Gregory

Bill Pullman ... Clay Gregory
Michael Raysses ... Phone Sales Rep.
Zack Phifer ... Gas Station Attendant

Peter Berg ... Mike Swale

Brien Varady ... Chris

Dean Norris ... Shep
Donna Wilson ... Stacy

Mik Scriba ... Ray

J.T. Walsh ... Frank Griffith
Erik-Anders Nilsson ... Beston Passerby #1
Patricia R. Caprio ... Beston Passerby #2
Herb Mitchell ... Bob Trotter

Bill Nunn ... Harlan
Renee Rogers ... Receptionist

Billy Stevenson ... Mail Boy (as Bill Stevenson)

Walter Addison ... Detective
Anne Flanagan ... Nurse
Mike Lisenco ... Bert
Serena ... Trish Swale
Michelle Davison ... 911 Operator

Jack Shearer ... Public Defender

Directed by
John Dahl 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Barancik 

Produced by
Alysse Bezahler .... line producer: New York (as Alysse Bezhaler)
W.M. Christopher Gorog .... executive producer
Jon Shestack .... producer (as Jonathan Shestack)
Nancy Rae Stone .... co-producer
Original Music by
Joseph Vitarelli 
Cinematography by
Jeff Jur  (as Jeffrey Jur)
Film Editing by
Eric L. Beason 
Casting by
David Rubin 
Debra Zane 
Production Design by
Linda Pearl 
Art Direction by
Dina Lipton 
Set Decoration by
Kathy Lucas 
Costume Design by
Terry Dresbach 
Makeup Department
Karen Dahl .... assistant hair stylist
Karen Dahl .... assistant makeup artist
Camille Henderson .... hair styles supervisor
Camille Henderson .... makeup supervisor
Production Management
Linda A. Borgeson .... director of post-production
Guy J. Louthan .... executive in charge of production
Guy J. Louthan .... production manager
Kathryn Riccio .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eric Heffron .... first assistant director (as Eric N. Heffron)
Mara J. Lee .... second second assistant director
Michael J. Moore .... second assistant director
Todd Pfeiffer .... second assistant director: New York
Art Department
Jimmy Adams .... lead man (as Jimmy W. Adams)
Richard Berg .... assistant art director
Andrea Berty .... set dresser
Andrea Berty .... swing
Shawn Carson .... art production assistant: New York
Carlos A. Chavez .... painter
Peter Croyle .... carpenter (as Peter D. Croyle)
Lisa De Alva .... property master
Josh Ian Elliott .... swing man (as Josh Elliott)
Lisa Gamel .... scenic
Marc Gillson .... painter (as Marc 'Marcos' Gillson)
Peter M. Gurski .... lead man (as Peter Gurski)
Bruce Harris .... carpenter
Shane Hawkins .... carpenter
Anne F. Helmstadter .... art department coordinator
Thierry Labbe .... set dresser (as Thierry 'T.T.' Labbe)
David Lazan .... swing man (as David S. Lazan)
Michael Lucas .... swing man
Brian Markey .... construction coordinator
Ray Maxwell .... construction foreman
Michael McGettigan .... carpenter
Kathleen Ann O'Loughlin .... painter
Dena Roth .... buyer
Chris Scher .... painter
Mark Scher .... carpenter
Pedro V. Suchite .... painter (as Pedro Vinicio Suchite)
Steven C. Voll .... foreman
Perry Welch .... carpenter
Michael Winston .... swing man
Carl Winter .... carpenter
Matthew Woody .... assistant props
Michael Zadresny .... props assistant: New York (as Mike Zadrosny)
Steve Zimmel .... art/construction coordinator: New York
Sound Department
James Bailey .... foley artist (as Jim Bailey)
Keith Bilderbeck .... sound effects editor
Lynn Bopeley .... additional boom operator
Casey J. Crabtree .... foley artist (as Casey Crabtree)
Patrick Cyccone Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer (as Patrick Cyconne)
Robert L. Harman .... sound re-recording mixer (as Robert Harmon)
Jon Johnson .... supervising sound editor
Howard Neiman .... supervising sound editor
Douglas Shamburger .... boom operator (as Douglas Shamberger)
Brian Slack .... sound consultant: Ultra Stereo
Kira Smith .... boom operator: New York
Roger V. Stevenson .... additional boom operator
Mark Weingarten .... sound mixer (as Mark Deren)
J.R. Westen .... adr foley mixer (as J.R. Weston)
Ben Wilkins .... sound editor (as Ben Wilkens)
Dean St. John .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Dean St. John .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
John C. Hartigan .... special effects coordinator (as John Hartigan)
Derek Ross Hunt .... special smoke effects
Eric Chambers .... stunts
Bill Erickson .... stunt coordinator
Glory Fioramonti .... stunts (as Gloria Fioramonti)
Camera and Electrical Department
Elizabeth J. Annas .... still photographer
David Ariniello .... additional dolly grip (as David Arinello)
Patrick Barry .... additional grip (as Patrick M. Barry)
Brian Berlin .... grip
Anthony Lee Beverly .... additional electrician (as Anthony Beverly)
Bart Blaise .... second assistant camera: New York
Craig A. Brink .... additional electrician
Regge Bulman .... first assistant camera
David Burroughs .... grip: New York
Richard M. Butkus Jr. .... electrician
Anthony Caldwell .... additional dolly grip (as Tony Caldwell)
Jon Caradies .... dolly grip
Alan Colbert .... additional electrician
Pat Donovan .... grip: New York (as Donovan Patrick)
Lee A. Dublin .... additional first assistant camera
Larry Edwards .... additional electrician (as Larry Edwards Jr.)
Nelson Elwell .... additional grip
David Flanigan .... third assistant camera: New York (as Dave Flanigan)
Alan Frazier .... electrician (as Alan Fraizer)
Beth Jana Friedberg .... additional camera operator (as Beth-Jana Friedberg)
Allan Goodnoff .... best boy electric (as Alan I. Goodnoff)
Austin Goss .... gaffer (as Austin W. Goss)
Michael Grady .... grip
Xavier Henselman .... best boy grip: New York (as Xavier Hanselmann)
Piotr Jagninski .... electrician: New York (as Piotr 'Ski' Jagninski)
Chris Kaelin .... additional electrician
Michael Lyon .... additional electrician
Billy Mears .... additional dolly grip
Scott Middleton .... second assistant camera (as Scott R. Middleton)
Jonathan Mintz .... electrician: New York
Jerry Patton .... camera loader
Peter Pearce .... additional grip
Alfonso Pelayo .... grip
Storn Peterson .... first assistant camera: New York
Linda Phillips .... third electric: New York
John Prenatt .... additional grip
Robert Schierer .... additional camera loader
Val Schubert .... additional grip (as Valentin P. Schubert)
Roger Schweitzer .... 24 frame video operator
Robert J. Studenny .... key grip
Brian Sullivan .... camera operator
Claire Sutherland .... additional second assistant camera
Antonio Tatum .... best boy electric: New York
Randolph J. Verdigo .... additional grip (as Randolph J. Verdugo)
Scott Webb .... best boy electric
Paul Wilkowsky .... additional grip
Casting Department
Dennis Hansen .... extras casting
Amy Taksen .... casting assistant (as Amy Tasken)
Cyd Yoshizawa .... extras casting: New York
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Linda S. Cormany .... assistant wardrobe (as Linda Cormany)
Susan Michalek .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Louis Cioffi .... associate editor (as Louis F. Cioffi)
Christine Griswold .... post-production coordinator
Ron Radvinsky .... apprentice editor
Paul Schramm .... apprentice editor
Nicole Schubert .... assistant editor
Music Department
Bradford Ellis .... music mixer
Bradford Ellis .... music recordist
Jennifer Pyken .... music supervisor
Karyn Rachtman .... music supervisor
Mary Ramos .... music coordinator: Mind Your Music
Allan K. Rosen .... music editor
Nicholas Viterelli .... music mixer (as Nick Viterelli)
Nicholas Viterelli .... music recordist (as Nick Viterelli)
Patty von Arx .... music editor
Gary Wasserman .... assistant music editor
Transportation Department
Stephen Brown .... driver
Rodney Chapman .... driver (as Rodney 'Snake' Chapman)
Juan Gonzalez .... driver
Jeff Hubacek .... driver (as Jeffrey Hubacek)
Chuck Kingos .... transportation co-captain
James Lowder .... driver (as Jim Lowder)
Steve May .... driver
Jim Morange .... transportation coordinator (as James C. Morange)
Jose Reynoso .... driver (as Jose 'Little Joe' Reynoso)
Danny Stewart .... driver: New York
Barry J. White .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Amy H. Abrams .... additional office production assistant
David Babcock .... teamster captain: New York
Ronald Arthur Baker .... chef: Michaelson Food Service Inc.
Jane Barrer .... location manager: New York
Helen Beadleston .... location assistant: New York
Benu Bhandari .... script supervisor
Howard Brandy .... unit publicist
Amy DiPrima .... production assistant: New York (as Amy Di Prima)
Maureen Duffy .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Debbie Eaton .... key set production assistant: New York
Mario Escobar .... assistant chef: Michaelson Food Service Inc.
Lis Fields .... assistant to director
Bill Foley .... production stills: New York (as William R. Foley)
Kelli Georgelos .... craft service
Dedra Glasser .... craft service: New York
Meredith Hight .... production accountant
Todd Hilyard .... office production assistant
Julia Holmes .... unit publicist
Kevin Hyman .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Alex James .... set production assistant: New York
Lisa Janowski .... set production assistant: New York
Dan Jbara .... electronic press kit
Stacy Kramer .... executive in charge of development
Toni Maier .... location manager
Maeve Mannion .... assistant production accountant
Jamie Megan Mascena .... assistant production coordinator
Ralph Merzbach .... computer playback operator
Mary Montiforte .... post-production accountant (as Mary Werwage-Montiforte)
Sam Montiforte .... post-production accountant
Nelson O. Noguera .... chef: Michaelson Food Service Inc. (as Nelson O. Noquero Jr.)
Benjamin Padilla .... assistant chef: Michaelson Food Service Inc.
Jahmani Perry .... set production assistant (as John 'Jahmani' Perry)
Louis Puopolo .... location scout (as Louis A. Puopolo II)
Livia Pérez-Borrero .... production coordinator: New York (as Livia Perez-Borrero)
Thomas Rhoads .... production assistant
Dale Roy Robinson .... production coordinator
Carlos Rodríguez .... assistant chef: Michaelson Food Service Inc. (as Carlos Rodriguez)
Albert G. Ruben .... insurance
Marcia Rutledge .... insurance
Marla D. Saltzer .... office runner
Elizabeth Scheflow .... location manager: New York
Burton Sharp .... adr group coordinator
Scott Shiffman .... supervising auditor
Billy Smith .... key assistant location manager (as Bill Smith)
W. Ed Stephenson .... set production assistant: New York
David Stonehill .... production assistant: New York
Basti Van Der Woude .... key set production assistant
Bill Walker .... additional production accountant
Kurt Woolner .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Pascal Launay .... press attache: France (uncredited)

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, and for violence
110 min | USA:129 min (extended version)
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Did You Know?

According to an interview with screenwriter Steve Barancik in Creative Screenwriting, ITC Entertainment executives thought The Last Seduction (1994) would be a typical "Skin-e-max" movie popular on premium cable channels. One executive was upset when he viewed a scene in which Linda Fiorentino wore only a pair of suspenders instead of being completely topless. When viewing the dailies of the scene, the executive asked, "Are we making an art movie?!" He demanded that the scene be cut and made the principal cast and crew pledge that they had no "artistic pretensions."See more »
Continuity: Just before Bridget sees the fuel gauge is empty, she is smoking. After cutting to the close-up of the gauge and then back to Bridget, her cigarette has disappeared.See more »
Bridget Gregory:Who's a girl gotta suck around here to get a drink?See more »
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Referenced in Be Kind Rewind (2008)See more »
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17 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
One of my favorite movies, 8 October 2002
Author: wherever from Phoenix, AZ

I love this film. It's an absolute breath of fresh air. Those who can't deal with the "immorality" of this film are drunk on Hollywood happy-ending sap and are blind to the realities of human nature. Guess what, in real life, more often than not, the bad guys don't get punished. If movies about the white hats winning in the end make you feel better about the reality of what usually happens in life, more power to you.

How many times have we cheered on a bad guy despite ourselves, even though we know he's bad, just because he's so charming and sexy? Why not the same of a woman? She's evil, she's manipulative, she gets what she wants. I love it. Would I want to meet someone like this in real life? Of course not. Do I find her behavior acceptable? Of course not, it's absolutely reprehensible. But this is a movie, it's entertainment, and the world is already full of bad-guys-get-it-in-the-end fantasies, orgies of violence that are only excused by the fact that the person being destroyed is a "bad guy" - why can't I relish in a fantasy of a brilliant and amoral woman triumphing over the stupid and trusting (and yes, people can really be that stupid, even smart people.) We want to believe in the essential goodness of mankind, but unfortunately, in the real world as in this movie, villains often capitalize on that need to believe for their own benefit.

Linda Fiorentino is absolutely amazing in this movie, I really wish she would get more work, her talents are completely underutilized. Sexy, smart, and in control. Bill Pullman is his usual wonderful self, and there are many other excellent supporting performances from the likes of J.T. Walsh (RIP) and Peter Berg.

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