Movie producer Alan Clay wants to make a movie about Dr. Claire Archer and her amazing life story (she's been 'forced' to kill two men in self defence). Claire falls for Alan, and Alan ... See full summary »
Movie producer Alan Clay wants to make a movie about Dr. Claire Archer and her amazing life story (she's been 'forced' to kill two men in self defence). Claire falls for Alan, and Alan cannot resist temptation, so now he's hiding an affair from wife Beth. When the movie writer's investigations uncover new facts in the killings, Claire senses the danger, and responds. Written by
Otherwise, don't bother. This is just your basic direct-to-video fluff. Andrew Stevens is such a bad actor it's not even funny. He and Morgan Fairchild (what's SHE doing in this?) provide perhaps the worst sex scene in film history as well. She must've had a no-nudity clause cause the camera never pans down further than the top of her bustline in this. Shari Shattuck (who thankfully does not have a no-nudity clause) is ok at best. Her sex scenes are so over-the-top they're actually entertaining.
The premise would probably make more sense if I saw the first two B.C.'s. I didn't, so I'll take this at face value. Stevens and his friend want to make a movie about Shattuck's life. She says no, then she seduces married man Stevens. Ummm, ok. Shattuck plays a manipulator, but you can't help but be sucked in by her. The ending of the movie is good. However, the rest is awful. I suppose there are worse ways to blow $3, and Shattuck is alright. I still wouldn't recommend it, though.
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