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28 April 2006 (USA) See more »
Thou shalt not lust.
A preacher's wife falls for a young man. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Alexandra Paul ... Emily Wendell

J.C. MacKenzie ... Ted Wendell

Corey Sevier ... Luke McElroy

Zoie Palmer ... Tracy Duggins

Jane Spidell ... Cindy Peale
Julie Watson ... Amanda

Lisa Berry ... Sarah

Steve Cumyn ... Dick Nemani

Deborah Odell ... Lori Fusaro (as Deborah O'Dell)

Kate Campbell ... Betty Sue Clark
Asia Vieira ... Margaret

Conrad Coates ... Neil-Saint Armand
Colleen Williams ... Alice Marshall
Meaghan Wilkinson ... Young Emily

Ian Blackwood ... Young Ted
Trevor Bain ... Officer Burke

Kristina Nicoll ... Dr. Feldman

Olivia Jones ... Dr. Isbell

Directed by
Timothy Bond 
Writing credits
John Benjamin Martin (written by)

Produced by
Suzanne L. Berger .... producer
Julian Grant .... producer
Noreen Halpern .... executive producer
Jeff Lynas .... co-producer
John Morayniss .... executive producer
Craig Nicholls .... executive producer (as Craig Nichols)
Joey Plager .... executive producer (as Joseph Plager)
Original Music by
David Findlay 
Cinematography by
Alwyn Kumst 
Film Editing by
Ben Wilkinson 
Casting by
Kim Everest 
Brian Levy 
Production Design by
Harold Thrasher 
Set Decoration by
Jerri Thrasher 
Costume Design by
Judith England 
Makeup Department
George Aywaz .... assistant hair stylist
Traci Loader .... key makeup artist
Madeleine Russell .... key hair stylist (as Madeline Russell)
Ana Sorys .... assistant makeup artist (as Anya Sorys)
Production Management
David Fraser .... assistant post-production supervisor
Julian Grant .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ron Oxley .... second assistant director
Tony Thatcher .... first assistant director
Stewart Young .... third assistant director
Art Department
Julie Bebee .... key scenic
Andrew Kawczynski .... property master (as Andrew Kawcynski)
William Koon .... first assistant art director
James 'Jay' Krikorian .... set dresser (as James Krikorian)
Phil Leach .... assistant props
Katy Thatcher .... art production assistant
Theresa Tindall .... graphics
Peter Waffle .... lead buyer
Sound Department
Fred Brennan .... dialogue editor
Steve Copley .... foley recordist
Sue Fawcett .... assistant dialogue editor (as Susan Fawcett)
Chaim Gilad .... sound mixer
Nahid Islam .... sound coordinator
Jeremy MacLaverty .... sound re-recording mixer
Ken Porter .... boom operator
Dale Sheldrake .... sound effects editor
John Sievert .... foley artist
Randy Wilson .... foley recordist
Fred Brennan .... adr editor (uncredited)
Alison Reid .... stunt coordinator
Alison Reid .... stunt double: Emily
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunt driver
Camera and Electrical Department
Jennifer Beasley .... second assistant camera
Michel Bisson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Adam Craig .... camera trainee
Alwyn Kumst .... camera operator: "a" camera
Quinn Martin .... electric
Nelson Peixoto .... best boy
Gottfried Pflugbeil .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Sara Pickett .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Anthony Police .... dolly grip
Derek Porter .... gaffer
Chris Rowles .... genny operator
Morgan Sainsbury .... electric
Cactus Simser .... genny operator
Jeff Smallacombe .... best boy
John Craig Steele .... key grip (as Craig Steele)
Patrick Thompson .... grip
Pief Weyman .... still photographer (as L. Pief Weyman)
Blake Wood .... genny operator
Casting Department
Nancy Botting-Harrison .... extras casting
Jon Comerford .... casting director: Toronto
Kim Everest .... casting director: Toronto
Jeff Harrison .... extras casting assistant
Brian Levy .... casting director: Toronto
Kate Masson .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emma England .... costume set supervisor
Kim Forrest .... assistant costume designer
Sheila Radovancevic .... wardrobe truck
Soo Luen Tom .... extras costume coordinator
Editorial Department
Colin Campbell .... on-line editor
Matt Cluett .... first assistant editor
Lorraine Grant .... colorist
Mike Palmer .... dailies coordinator
Transportation Department
George Mantis .... driver
Mickey McAllister .... driver
Greg McGrath .... transportation captain
Kevin McKinnon .... driver
Elsa Scruton .... transportation coordinator (as Elsa 'Deedee' Scruton)
Other crew
Brad Alexander .... assistant location manager
Jessica Allen .... production assistant
Ralph Bruzzese .... on-set security
Kym Crepin .... accountant
Lincoln D'Souza .... assistant accountant
Danielle Depeyre .... script supervisor
David Fraser .... assistant to producer
Michelle Kanyo .... production assistant
Lenore Nemani .... assistant production coordinator
Walter Nixon .... location manager
Steena Petersen .... craft server (as Stenna Petersen)
Emma Polimac .... assistant to production designer
Ed Reiter .... location production assistant (as Eddie Reiter)
JoAnne Rivers .... production coordinator
John Robinson .... production business legal affairs
Anna Salim .... assistant: John Morayniss
Carla Spizziri .... assistant accountant
Stacey Tenenbaum .... assistant: Noreen Halpern
Alyssa Kling .... on-set tutor (uncredited)
Dahla MacKenna .... educational supervisor (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Continuity: Luke parks the bus in front of Emily and Ted's house. As Luke approaches the house to drop off the key with Emily, the bus can be seen in the background. By the time the Volkswagen arrives at the house to drive Luke away, the bus is no longer in the background.See more »
Luke:It's kind of ironic, isn't it - how we repeat the sins of our fathers?See more »
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References Cool Hand Luke (1967)See more »


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7 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Mainstream Porn for American WASP Women, 4 October 2009
Author: Benoît A. Racine (benoit-3) from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A preacher's wife (think Reverend Lovejoy's wife from "The Simpsons") gets her bony ass regularly shtupped by a muscle-bound sex-monkey drifter cute-as-a-button boy-toy with a very high-maintenance pompadour hair-do (think Snake from "The Simpsons") just as her sanctimonious husband is about to conclude a lucrative televangelism deal. Complications ensue. There is nothing wrong with this film once you admit it's really pornography for women. There is really nothing unnatural about that, per se. Some works of this genre have attained cult and classic status, like, say, oh, I don't know, "Jane Eyre". Everybody with ovaries enjoys this kind of pastime. It's just regrettable that American women - and Anglo-Saxon White Protestant women especially - feel that their pleasure can only be complete with the inclusion of large doses of guilt, deceit, bitchiness, gossip, mental illness, paranoia, greed, medical near-emergencies, police and media involvement, skeletons in the closet, triple-generational incest, double adultery, shame, ruined reputations, scandal, murder, blackmail, public exposure, bad driving and ultimately humiliation, punishment, mutilation or death of the "guilty" parties. Refer again to all the works of the Brontë sisters and their Gothic Harlequin romance and afternoon soap-opera descendants. Everyone should be able to enjoy sex when they can, but why all the hypocrisy?

The film score alternates between torridly sexy sax solos for the soft porn scenes and abysmal "fear music" that would make the History Channel proud for everything else. A Black Gospel choir is also trotted out on stage every time the viewer might be forgiven for concluding those small-town fundamentalist Christian nutjobs must surely be racist Republican tea-baggers to boot.

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