A woman trapped in a boring marriage begins an affair with a handsome man who seems able to read her mind. She doesn't know that he has broken into her house and read her diaries, where she...
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A woman trapped in a boring marriage begins an affair with a handsome man who seems able to read her mind. She doesn't know that he has broken into her house and read her diaries, where she has recorded her deepest thoughts and fantasies.Written by
Actress Diane Keaton and actor Warren Beatty were considered to play the leads of the wife and the thief during the film's development but in the end writer-director Douglas Day Stewart decided to cast younger leads in the two lead roles. Beatty and Keaton had starred in Reds (1981) for the Paramount Pictures studio which produced Thief of Hearts (1984). See more »
When John Getz pulls up at the warehouse in his car wing mirror you can see the boom mic operator (in a green stripy shirt). See more »
[Mickey's voice as Scott Muller reads from Mickey's Diary]
There are two me's really, Mickey and Michelle. Mickey is this mousy little house frau... Who hasn't taken a real chance in her whole life. Michelle, on the other hand, is up for anything. The only trouble with Michelle is that she lives and breathes only on these pages.
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An unrated video release running an extra minute includes "foreign version love scenes". See more »
Sexy, sensuous and seductive, thats the only way i can sum up this movie. A young interior designer is fed up up with her life, married to a man thats more interested in his computer than satisfying her needs, decides to spend most of her time writing in her diarys, but when these are stolen by a house thief, she starts to notice a dashing hunk is paying a little to much attention to her than normal, the thief has stolen her diaries and is living out her sexual fantasies, without her knowing who he is, if this reminds you of one of those really overly sexy channel 5 movies then your right but its fantastic to watch, and is not one bit tacky, and you will love the 80s sound track.
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