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In this erotic tale of suspense, seduction, and murder, a cleaning woman finds herself working for two wives who are wealthy, idle, and ignored by their husbands. The maid persuades the two woman to kill each other's spouses and live happily ever after off the proceeds of their hubbies' valuable art collections. However, the plan does not go as expected, and the conspirators find that their own lives are in danger. Written by
I've seen lots of these low budget made for cable TV movies. This one stands out as better than most. First of all the plot twist (which of course I won't reveal) came as a real surprise. Secondly, the acting is better than most films of this type. Not Academy Award material, but better than usual.
Overall, it is tightly directed and you feel like every scene as a purpose, a reason for being there -- a sign of good writing and directing and also not typical of this genre. Sure, this one has the erotic content you expect but it's integral to the plot.
For this genre -- way above average.
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