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Femme fatal/con artist Bridget Gregory travels to Barcelona and targets another businessman to scam him of his money while a relentless private investigator tries to track her down. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Joan Severance ... Bridget Gregory

Con O'Neill ... Troy Fenton
Beth Goddard ... Murphy
Dean Williamson ... Earl McLaughlin
Rocky Taylor ... Gabriel

Joseph Pilato ... Marvin Dishman (as Josef Pilato)
David Gilliam ... Mr. Swale
Enrique Neant ... Taxi Driver (as Quique Neant)
Tara Shaw ... Hotel Manager
Phil Harris ... Jimmy
Perry Benson ... Samuel Burgess
Liz Daniels ... Rosa
Fison Burgess ... Cecila
Simon Fisher ... Ramon
Helena Boobleswang ... Ellie

Nicola Bertram ... Angela
Gillian Elisa ... Barbara aka Babs
Caroline Trowbridge ... Maria
Dave Atkins ... Jose Guzman
Enriqueta Ferré ... Restaurant Diner
Lluís Parcerisses ... Restaurant Diner
Emyr Penlan ... Leon
Nicholas Caunter ... Simon Laurie
Terry Arnold ... Barman
Lloyd Carlston ... Chip Douglas
Joan Cussó ... Cab Driver
Simon Gregor ... Perez
Eugene Rene Grilfydd ... Policeman
Jorge Blerros Silva ... Policeman

Àlex Brendemühl ... Check-In Clerk
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos Heredia

Directed by
Terry Marcel 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Barancik  characters
Dave Cummings  (as David Cummings)

Produced by
David Ball .... producer
Michael Hamlyn .... producer
Clive Waldron .... line producer
Clare Wise .... producer
Original Music by
Jon Mellor 
Cinematography by
Kevin Rudge 
Geza Sinkovics 
Film Editing by
Belinda Cottrell 
Casting by
Derek Barnes 
Makeup Department
Sallie Adams .... chief hair designer
Sallie Adams .... chief makeup designer
Catherine Davies .... chief hairdresser
Production Management
Victoria Borrás .... production manager: Spain
Marta Rigau .... production manager: Spain
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anna Rua .... third assistant director
Rhian Wyn Jones .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Steve Cook .... sound supervisor
Scott Jones .... assistant re-recording mixer
Marc Lawes .... sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Luke Marcel .... special effects technician
Camera and Electrical Department
Xavier Sarasa .... best boy
Kevin Scott .... assistant camera
Andrew Taylor .... gaffer
Music Department
Ramin Sakurai .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Sally Jones .... script supervisor

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Rated R for sexuality, sex-related dialogue and some violence
96 min
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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Decent late night entertainment, 27 December 2005
Author: guyfromjerzee from United States

"The Last Seduction 2" is by no means high-quality entertainment. It's one of those movies you catch on cable at around 2 A.M., watch it since there's nothing better on, and end up getting sucked in by it. I mean, the original film was good, but it wasn't like it was a masterpiece. So I don't feel the filmmakers were being blasphemous by making this cheap, direct-to-TV sequel (the original also started out direct-to-TV, but later was released in theaters). Joan Severance is certainly no Linda Fiorentino. She pretty much plays a one-dimensional stereotype of a film noir vixen. But her performance is passable and like Fiorentino, she's not too difficult on the eyes. There are those little flaws that you'd expect in a film of this nature. For example, there's one scene where the female bounty hunter goes to a travel agency, which is in New York, and the man at the desk is obviously a Brit trying badly to hide his accent. But those are the kinds of things you can simply laugh at, and it adds to the fun of the film. I could've done without the scene where the film's villain punches one of his pregnant employees in the face. If this were a film of substance, I would say that the scene was shown to add to the film's realism. But instead, it was just shown for the sake of shock value, as a cheap device to make the audience hate the villain. The plot itself is actually quite good, and it has some nice twists and turns. I found myself hooked in throughout most of the film. As long as you take it with a grain of salt, "The Last Seduction 2" is decent late night entertainment.

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