An American woman uses herself as bait to help a CIA agent trap an alleged serial killer in Morroco.

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Stephanie Montgomery
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Jeremy Avery
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Peter Masters
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Ellen Morrow
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Det. Brahms (as Amidou Ben Messaoud)
Aziz ...
Moon
William Zane ...
Jack Montgomery
Tobi Tobin ...
Linda
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Alex
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Ned
Mike Tierney ...
Mike
Cinthia Dahl ...
Andrea
Sparky Chervitz ...
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Using the natural beauty and mystique of Marrakech, Morocco as a backdrop, Stephanie uses herself as bait to discover the sadistic murderer of her childhood friend. C.I.A. agents Peter Masters and Jeremy Avery lead her on an erotic and intriguing trail in search of the killer. The trap is set and the killer is "Unveiled". Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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An exotic land. A forbidden passion. A deadly secret.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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3 August 1994 (USA)  »

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some beautiful shots of Morocco in this tame, but entertaining thriller
24 June 2005 | by (Upstate New York) – See all my reviews

To look at the video box cover for this movie, a woman in sexy clothes leaning against a wall with an exotic background, one might think this is an erotic thriller. It's not, really.

Stephanie is a rich woman (or a woman with a rich father). She also has a drug problem, and when she goes out to buy an "eight-ball" with a recent acquaintance in a bad part of town, her companion gets accidentally shot by Stephanie's gun.

Stephanie goes to visit a friend in Morocco, who has met a man she hopes to marry. When Stephanie and her friend get separated in a market, they hire a young local boy named Moon to be Stephanie's guide and all-around helper.

The friend and her man Jeremy, who Stephanie does not get to meet, go off on a trip together. Moroccan police arrive, interested in Stephanie's friend, and she also meets a man from the US Embassy in Rabat, Morocco. He tells her that her friend may be a victim of a jet- setting serial killer. When she meets a man named Jeremy who matches the description, she offers to help try to determine if he is the killer by wearing a wire.

Stephanie finds Jeremy attractive and charming, though "with an edge." Jeremy is somewhat secretive, and says he's writing a novel.

As I wrote above, this isn't exactly an erotic thriller. When there is a big build-up for a scene of lovemaking, the camera cuts away before anything starts, and the next shot is of the next day. There is no nudity in the movie.

There are, however, some nice street scenes of Morocco, a drive through the desert, and lots of interiors that certainly look as if they were shot on location in Morocco as well. All the local color is nice, and there is also some Arab music on the soundtrack. One does hear the Muslim call to prayer a few times (though religion does not factor into the movie at all), but they avoid the cliché of showing a shot of a minaret while doing so.

The ending is more or less satisfying. Despite the serial killer element to the plot, there are no murders depicted in the movie, nor corpses. On the whole, pretty tame.


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