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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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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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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]
Isobel Delano: Looks like we're all fucked now!
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Referenced in Mic Macs à Tire-Larigot (2009) See more »

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Sailor
Performed by Dalton Grant
Written by Dalton Grant
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Action and soft porn parody?!
1 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

I don't believe this film is a serious one. We see our hero half naked or with his favorite white shirt, and he never beats someone as we expect from an ordinary Hollywood movie. Also he keeps one eye always behind the door, watching women, but never succeeds.. If you have time, take a look.. I had so much time to laugh, and had a funny night after the film with discussions about storyline and characters. The movie shocks you when you try to guess the actions "our hero" will take place. By the way, the funniest thing about movie is, "our white shirted hero" was in better condition before he takes his time for some action. I think it will be a cult movie when people realize there is such a film.. Not serious, though..


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