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Ossessione fatale (1991)

Tony is a young man with a gambling habit: he loses $10,000 in a poker game with Drumond, the boss of the neighborhood, and has 24 hours to settle the debt. To obtain this sum, he agrees to... See full summary »

Director:

Joe D'Amato

Writers:

Bruno Fontana (story) (as Roger Fontaine), Steve Morelli (as Vincent Rooster)
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Carmen Di Pietro Carmen Di Pietro ... Liza
Jonathan Bertuccelli Jonathan Bertuccelli ... Tony
David Dahlgren ... Sonny
Richard Douvillier Richard Douvillier ... Fancy
Jennifer Loeb Jennifer Loeb ... Mary
Anthony Lacan Anthony Lacan ... Drumond
Jean Taylor Jean Taylor ... Stripteaser
José Castro José Castro ... Frank
John Fernstein John Fernstein ... Nico
Troy Williams Troy Williams ... Charlie
Eddie Logan Eddie Logan ... Gangster
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Tony is a young man with a gambling habit: he loses $10,000 in a poker game with Drumond, the boss of the neighborhood, and has 24 hours to settle the debt. To obtain this sum, he agrees to steal a large-scale car on commission, but finds himself unexpectedly forced to kidnap Liza, a young and beautiful television journalist who owns the car. Both are attracted to each other and experience (with mutual pleasure) a sexual relationship at Liza's home. After sex, Liza's drugs Tony's food and handcuffs him to the headboard of the bed, overturning the situation in her favor, making him her hostage. Completely naked and immobilized, he becomes her sex toy, allowing her to try new and pleasant experiences. By the time Tony is freed, Liza is ready to move on, but Tony remains hopelessly obsessed with her. Written by anon

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Thriller

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The television station scenes were filmed at Loyola University's now defunct Communications Department facilities on the corner of St. Charles and Calhoun street. The facilities were dismantled following Hurricane Katrina. See more »

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Excellent storytelling.
23 October 2014 | by alexferdman222See all my reviews

Yes, I managed to find this title in English. Flick is typical for D'Amato style--don't care and only end result counts. Indeed, he borrows heavily music, stills and ideas from his other movies and I sure recognize all his tricks but somehow its only add on positive side. Main female character is hot as hell and undress often, plot has twists and shouts and realism is visible in every note. I start thinking maybe something wrong with my taste--after all D'Amato considered B class rate but what is an A rate? These sugar-coated mainstream junk? I guess its not easy to break into mainstream and be yourself. History and time will figure this out.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

5 October 1992 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Dangerous Game See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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Production Co:

Filmirage See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Telecolor)
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