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Little Indiscretions (1999)

CJ is having a bad day having been left alone in a London pub by her Rock Star fiance. The Bartender, Murry attempts to brighten CJ's evening with a story. But the story soon takes on the ... See full summary »

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C.J.
Owen Bailey ...
Murray
Lubov Demchuk ...
Rebecca Ferguson
Stuart McKinney ...
Philip Jones / Crenshaw
Lauren Bailey ...
Tracy
Russell Nickerson ...
Devan
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Father Donovan
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Whitney
Helen Watson ...
Annie
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Victoria (as Nina Sablich)
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Johnny Templer
Kimberley Murphy Lew ...
Girl
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Michael
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CJ is having a bad day having been left alone in a London pub by her Rock Star fiance. The Bartender, Murry attempts to brighten CJ's evening with a story. But the story soon takes on the trappings of a lesson about the six phases of adultery. Murry soon gets the entire pub including a bi-sexual trio, loser guys, and drunken snobs involved as each character in his romance novel tale becomes a perfect example of each phase. 1 - The Fantasy. 2 - The Itch. 3 - The Near Miss. 4 - The Lure of the Taboo. 5 - Wonderful Sex. 6 - Betrayal. CJ begins to wonder if Murry's lesson is a message... Written by Craig Lew <clew@brightpenny.com>

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23 September 1999 (USA)  »

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A brilliant movie about life, love, and relationships.
1 May 2002 | by (Fresno, California) – See all my reviews

Amazing how life has its unique twists and turns, yet no one wants to reveal any of their "secrets." Well, now they have - in "Little Indiscretions" the actors categorize the steps in a relationship and display their emotions, feelings, experiences, and outcomes to the matters of how far a person can go with lies and betrayal. It takes place in London, in an English pub - people talking amongst each other and placing their input on what they feel and believe. The character's transitions / reactions throughout the movie, as well as the lively camera work - add a realistic viewpoint through the lives of the characters themselves.


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