A successful asset manager, who has just received a huge promotion, is blissfully happy in his career and in his marriage. But when a temp worker starts stalking him, all the things he's worked so hard for are placed in jeopardy.
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Derek Charles is a hard working man, employed as a asset manager in a private company. He is very happy with his beautiful wife, Sharon, and only son, and because of his hard work he just got a huge promotion. But suddenly he gets a temporary worker who is both attractive and smart, and Derek is understandably impressed with her and also finds himself physically drawn to her. However, this new girl is desperate to get close to him - at any cost. Written by
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When the chandelier falls onto Lisa Sheridan, she appears dead, with her head turned towards her right. After the reaction shot of Sharon Daniels, the still "dead" Lisa Sheridan character is in the same position, but with her head turned towards her left. See more »
Perfect example of why Hollywood should not be profitable!
Total waste of time and money. How do you get your money back? It is not only trite but was only made because of the race issue. It was clearly a movie that was not performed as a way to improve the public interest in attending movies or to provide relevant entertainment but was made in an attempt to create paying customers wanting to see a crazy white woman chasing an unappealing black man. Beyonce is not an actress but chosen for the role for her attractiveness and name power. I feel that a film of this caliber will find it's way to the cut rate DVD movie bin at the local discount store and not improve sales at that location.
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