Charles is in control of his life; he is about to finish 6th form college and start at Oxford. He is 19 and wants an 'older' woman before he turns 20. Enter the beautiful Rachel, and ... See full summary »
Michael, a wimpy young executive, is about to get pulverized by a jealous boyfriend in a bar when a handsome, mysterious stranger steps in--and then disappears. Later that night, while jogging, Michael runs into the stranger on a pier. He introduces himself as Alex, and the two go out to an under- ground club. Within a matter of days, Alex wheedles his way into Michael's life and turns it upside down, and Michael doesn't realize that Alex is a dangerous sociopath until it's too late.Written by
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James Spader and Christian Clemenson play brothers in this film. They would star together again "Boston Legal", this time playing colleagues who become good friends. See more »
Lowe wore a glove on one hand to smear blood on the wall of Michael's apartment. In the following scene, the glove switched hands. See more »
What happened last night?
What do you mean?
The last thing I remember is we were driving around Patterson's neighborhood. And I go into the office today and find out that he got beat up. And I'm standing there in the middle of everybody with dried blood all over my hand. Did we go to Patterson's last night?
Yes. We went to Patterson's.
I mean, I didn't hit him, did I?
You didn't just hit him. You beat the shit out of him.
What the hell were you doing?
Holding him down.
[Michael looks frantic]
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The Australian theatrical release was cut to secure an M rating. Much of the sex tape sequence, the discovery of Claire's body and the sequence where Alex tries to blow up Michael's car were cut. These sequences were fully restored for the R rated video release and, oddly enough, the M rated DVD release. See more »
To me this movie was about a lifestyle. The music in this movie was very underground and featured Skinny Puppy tracks ('Who's Laughing Now?')along with a host of other interesting songs. The main dance-floor scene was very well done and gave a glimpse into the underworld of recreation drugs. Rob Lowe and James Spader delivered convincing roles and were a perfect fit for this cult classic. I'm still looking for the song featured on this movie with the lyrics "I wanna take you down"... It was cool. The movie was cool. Guess you have to appreciate the music at one point in your life to appreciate this type of movie...
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