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Three Way (2004)

A sexy noir-thriller based on Gil Brewer's 1963 pulp novel Wild to Possess.

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Cast

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Lewis 'Lew' Brookbank
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Rita Caswell
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Isobel Delano
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Ralph Hagen
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Herbert Claremont / Clarkson
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Florence DeCroix Hagen
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Janice Brookbank
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Patrolman
Christian Mills ...
Bruce Hildred
Jason Sutliff ...
Cop
Al Israel ...
Cashier
Marc Allen Lewis ...
Vanderwall
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Storyline

Attractive, hard-working Lewis 'Lew' Brookbank's love - and professional life came crumbling down after he found his adulterous wife Janice and her lover Dick murdered on a yacht. He moved to a derelict gas station in Carpenteria, where he paints commercial signs. Lew accidentally overhears a couple making love in their car and planning the kidnapping and murder of the man's wife. Lew manages to track them down: jewelry manager Ralph Hagen and antiques shop clerk Isobel Delano. Lew confides in present lover Rita Caswell, needing help with the sinister Herbert Claremont while he plans to blackmail the kidnappers. More complications follow. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for language, some strong sexuality and violence | See all certifications »

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29 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The last film by Al Israel before his death in 2011. See more »

Goofs

About 55 min in, the kidnapped lady's mask, which had smiley face eyes showing, suddenly has no eyes showing...later eyes reappear. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Lewis 'Lew' Brookbank: [narrating] Rita got us a new start... and a million dollars
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Connections

Referenced in Mic Macs à Tire-Larigot (2009) See more »

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You Might Be Lost Now
The Lazy Cowgirls
Written by Pat Todd
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Were the script super and editor paying attention!
26 November 2004 | by (Wilmington, NC) – See all my reviews

Yes, I myself, a huge Gina Gershon fan, was quite disappointed.The one reason I rented this movie was because of her and I guess she obviously had some free time or was offered a nice monetary payday. The biggest issue I had about 3 Way was the lack of concentration and focus regarding the continuity. The black pullover ski cap with the bright and very noticeable yellow smily face that was on Gina during her introduction to Dominic Purcel.(Who?) The face was visible as the hat was pulled up to her nose. The very next scene the face was gone but the ski cap was still on and pulled up to the same spot. Whether the hat was turned around or replaced, this was a very sloppy and negligent error in principle shooting and post production.


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