A married man meets a stunning brunette at an airport and has an affair with her. After a while though he wants to break it off but realises the woman will do anything to stay with him no ... See full summary »

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Anne Looby ...
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Melissa Docker ...
Rebecca
Tim Robertson ...
Father
Mary Regan ...
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Jim Holt ...
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Paul Mason ...
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John Clayton ...
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Jeri
Brian Knott ...
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Gwenda Helsham ...
Florist
Victoria Wells ...
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Michelle Tizzard ...
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A married man meets a stunning brunette at an airport and has an affair with her. After a while though he wants to break it off but realises the woman will do anything to stay with him no matter who gets hurt. Written by Scott Dawson <sdawson@easynet.co.uk>

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A gripping thriller of adultery, madness and murder... See more »

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2 January 1991 (France)  »

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Främlingar  »

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Attractive lead, convincing psychopath and not a lot more
1 July 2002 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is "Fatal attraction" in all but name and location. This handsome man, successful but with a troubled personal life, has a one night stand with a woman and she, having some SERIOUS mental disorder, cannot take being rejected afterwords. She is convinced he is in love with her and decides to do something about the things she consider to be obstacles in their relationship,f ex his ex-wife, girlfriend and her own father (who wants to have her committed). After the promising pre-credits sequence and a surprisingly steamy sex-scene in the beginning of the picture, everything halts to a near stop. This woman is insane and kills. Period! There is some half-hearted stalking and Anne Looby does her best to be a almost normal psychopath, with very sudden mood swings. James Healy is an attractive and sexy leading man (if somewhat wooden), some suspense is well-handled and the cinematography is handsome for the most part, but the picture offers nothing new. Basically competent but unoriginal. And someone PLEASE replace the soundtrack with something else! It is DREADFUL!


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