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Dark Desire (2012)

A Dark Plan (original title)
A young man desperate to be connected to the people close to him resorts to devious measures to achieve that desire.

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Caren
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Shane
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Phil
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Brandon
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Erin
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Dee Dee
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Paul
Maude Bonanni ...
Rose
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Detective
Denise Grayson ...
Doctor Maynard
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Gus
Andrew Montanez ...
Wallace
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Ron
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Marta
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Nurse Khayla
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A young man desperate to be connected to the people close to him resorts to devious measures to achieve that desire.

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TV-14
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23 November 2012 (USA)  »

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$1,800,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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In the beginning of the movie, when Brandon and Shane are fighting at the top of the Canyon, the close-up camera shots show Brandon's tee-shirt with both sleeves rolled up to be sleeveless, but the more distant camera shots show one of the sleeves rolled down to its short-sleeve length. The camera goes back and forth between close-up and more distant, each time, Brandon's tee-shirt sleeves are different. See more »

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TV movies like THIS are the reason people tune into Lifetime.
28 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Kelly Lynch, who looks as good as she did in her "Drugstore Cowboy" days, plays a grieving mother who develops an unhealthy relationship with the best friend of her deceased son. But this being Lifetime, the twists keep coming. A palpable sense of dread and eroticism, strong performances by Lynch and the always solid Michael Nouri, and an expertly paced narrative, raise "Dark Desire" far above similar TV thrillers. This is hardly surprising, as the movie is directed by Armand Mastroianni. A much sought after TV director in recent years, Mastroianni directed some of the most stylish and intense independent horror movies of the early 80's.


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