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David James Elliott
In the perfectly normal town of Louisville, KY, there is a perfectly normal man living the perfect life. David Dailey is a man who has it all: A great career, a community that adores him, and an enduring marriage. But beneath the surface, David's idyllic world is crumbling. He's haunted by a series of mysterious notes that warn of an imminent fall from grace. His sultry wife Susan is hell-bent on expanding the horizons of their sex life - with or without him. His longtime assistant Whit is gunning for his job. And he finds himself increasingly attracted to Melody Carpenter, a curious stranger he instinctively trusts because she doesn't know him well enough to betray him. Complicating matters, Melody's jilted boyfriend Sean, a charming and talented trust fund baby, regards David and Melody's fledgling friendship with contempt. As his jealousy seethes deeper, he concocts a devious plan to win her back, unaware his overly protective father has ordered his number one ally to keep an eye ... Written by
Lunacy Unlimited Productions
Writer/director Stu Pollard provides at least three off-screen voices in the film: (1) Radio station caller "Stephen", (2) A rabid press conference reporter, (3) An "out of range" cellphone recording. See more »
I watched this crap based on the comments here, which, I now believe, must all have been written by someone involved with the making and/or marketing of the movie. I cannot believe that anyone actually thought this was a good movie... it is absolute crap. My wife and I gave up after 30 minutes when we realized that it just wasn't getting any better as time went on. What a waste of time.
It combines the worst acting, corniest dialogue and worst direction I've ever witnessed in the most excruciatingly slow paced movie I've ever tried to watch.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS. DON'T EVEN BOTHER WITH THE VIDEO.
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