Silvia, a beautiful woman married to a businessman with whom she has children. She is dissatisfied with her husband so she decides to have some fun with a young man. The problem, however, ... See full summary »
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I managed to pick this up on DVD in a local store sale. £2.99 seems like a good deal and it is. Thing is the film is named "To Kill For". It took a little detective work to find out it's original name.
In the UK it has been rated as an 18 and rightly so although the standard of films depends on the "ability to sell". Having seen Final Destination 3 last night it, in my view, should have been a 18.
Maybe the fact the delightful, Traci Lords is in it tends to make the classification board step it up to 18. Such a shame.
Traci is a great actress and should be given the chance to appear in bigger and large budget productions. She ability to turn what is branded a B-Movies into a Fine performance is nothing short of amazing.
Long Live Traci Lords and her incredible talent as an actress.
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