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Dance of Desire (1996)

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Aspiring director Dennis Clarke finds work in a studio specializing in sleazy music videos. Although he finds the work uncreative, Dennis falls for classy erotic dancer Amy, and is soon ... See full summary »

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Michael Haddad ...
Charles
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Dennis (as Brian Cooper)
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Lora
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Evon
Jennifer Thomas ...
Josie / 'Salome'
Johann Woolf ...
Lazlo
Michelle Aguiro ...
Ella
Sky Nicholas ...
Sky
Brian Hinton ...
Record Exec
Stephan Kirby ...
Servant
Miklos Fotos ...
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Lynn Wolf ...
Amy
Adre Machado ...
Harem Dancer
Rachelle Whaley ...
Harem Dancer
Toni Alessandrini ...
Devil Dancer
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Aspiring director Dennis Clarke finds work in a studio specializing in sleazy music videos. Although he finds the work uncreative, Dennis falls for classy erotic dancer Amy, and is soon prepared to sacrifice everything he holds dear for her. Written by wxjuh

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Rated R for strong sexual content and some language
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Fishnets & Cigarettes
Written and Performed by Toledo
Moonshine Media, Inc.
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Stay away from this one
14 April 2002 | by (Bowling Green, Ky) – See all my reviews

This is a hard movie to watch. It's plot line involves a director trying to direct a music video. This is a mess of a s.c. movie. With dance in the title be prepared for a lot of strippers to do there thing, which can get a quite boring. Monique Parent is the only star I know from other s.c. movies. She is always stunning, but she doesn't have much to work with. Another problem is the sound; the background music for the video plays over and over often making the dialogue hard to understand. It might be bad sound to begin with because a lot of dialogue free of background music is still a little fuzzy. The sex scenes are mild and not very erotic. This movie has no value unless you must see everything Monique Parent is in, I know I must.


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