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Samm Croft ...
Sara Parson (as Yvette Faulkner)
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Luke Gage
Nadia Foster ...
Kari Sims
Justin Kyle ...
Jonathan / Justin Lawson
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Shani Cassata (as Lorraine Spaughton)
Lorraine Spaughton ...
Shani Cassata
Victoria Style ...
Kim Bassett
Goldie ...
Tonya
Felony ...
Masked Woman
Michael J. Beahm ...
Frank Cassata
Blaise Fitzgerald ...
Reed
Don Rutherford ...
Dr. Ross
Joseph Brown ...
Cade Cassata
Sarah Tiana Haynes ...
Bartender (as Sarah T. Haynes)
Christina Haggerty ...
Cocktail Waitress
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Detectives Sara Parson and Luke Gage have just broken off their romantic partnership when they are forced to collaborate on a double-murder case. The breakup appears to have been about Luke's indiscretions with a female witness in a previous case. The victims are Jonathan Lawson, a fashion photographer and his current model and playmate, Shani Cassata, who is married to Frank Cassata the owner of Club Z. Kari Sims, Jonathan's assistant and former waitress/dancer at Club Z, becomes the first suspect by discovering the bodies. Then comes the twist: Jonathan appears not to be himself, but his twin Justin, who is supposed to reside in a mental institution. Det. Sara is sufficiently attracted to Justin/Jonathan that she begins to take liberties with her professional role regarding witnesses in a current case. We are led to speculate on whether Luke and Sara can work together despite their personal differences as well as Sara's distractions to solve the case. Written by M J Stockton

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Rated R for pervasive strong sexuality
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5 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Pecados Perigosos  »

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Mrs. Bassett is found dead on the floor with a gun in her hand, the detective picks up the gun and bags it for evidence, when the detectives leave, the gun is back in Mrs. Bassett's hand. See more »

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Remake of Striking Resemblance (1997) See more »

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Dreadful
8 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A model and a fashion photographer are both killed. It's up to Detectives and ex-lovers, Sara Parson and Luke Gage to find out who did it. Then Sara falls for the murdered guy's twin brother's charms. One of the worse soft-core porns that I've watched. And if you read any of my other reviews, you know that I'm not one prone to hyperbole. The sex scenes arn't erotic in the least, no moaning, and to top it off they're all cut short. What the hell was Director Frank Carson thinking??

The Goods: 9 Sex Scenes not even full scenes (M/F, F/F, M/F/F), inerracial, nude modeling

Babe of the Movie:Lorraine Spaughton, because she's hot AND she gets murdered within the first 5 or so minutes, so you can watch her sex scene & change the channel

My Grade: F

Where I Saw It: Showtime Too


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