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Strangers (1992)

Erotic anthology mini-series about Americans in Paris turned TV movie that consists of three unrelated episodes each created by different notable director and cast. The mini-series/TV movie was followed by a short lived TV series.


John Bellucci (segment), Anthony Caputi (based on a short story by) | 5 more credits »




Credited cast:
Linda Fiorentino ... Helen (segment "The Last Game")
Joan Chen ... The Girl (segment "Small Sounds and Tilting Shadows")
Timothy Hutton ... Tom (segment "Windows")
James Remar ... Bernard (segment "The Last Game")
Lambert Wilson ... The Guy (segment "Small Sounds and Tilting Shadows")
Alexandra Vandernoot ... The Woman (segment "Windows")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Edholm John Edholm ... (segment "The Last Game")
Isabelle Florelle Isabelle Florelle ... (segment "Windows")
James A. Guidera James A. Guidera ... (segment "Small Sounds and Tilting Shadows")
Pierre Gérald Pierre Gérald ... (segment "Windows") (as Pierre Gerald)
Michel Lacrouts Michel Lacrouts ... (segment "Windows")
François Montagut ... Frenchman (segment "The Last Game")
Marion Petersen Marion Petersen ... (segment "Windows")
Marie Preaud Marie Preaud ... (segment "Windows")
Nadia Vasil Nadia Vasil ... (segment "Windows")


Three provocative short stories. An American in Paris seduces a young man only to have the tables turned; a tourist recovering from an accident is alone but far from lonely; and an exchange student decides to intervene when he sees the woman in the opposite apartment being tied, gagged and beaten by her lover. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexuality and language

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Official HBO press release promoted the series as "adult dramas focusing on the unexpected and often dangerous consequences when people stray from the familiar confines of home in search of passion and excitement." See more »


Followed by Strangers (1996) See more »

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Slow moving, interesting ideas, falls short
27 December 2002 | by GodzillerSee all my reviews

This combination of short stories has some actors I really like in some unusual plot situations. The work seems to be intent upon provoking thoughts regarding the nature of relationships and non-relationships and is centered around passionate encounters of varying levels of eroticism. Each piece left me feeling as though I had merely experienced an incomplete thought with a little bit of almost unnecessary voyeurism thrown in. I say nice try, but no significant thrills or thoughts came out of the time spent watching this movie. Maybe a single movie should have been woven using all of these actors togetherin chance encounters!

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Release Date:

15 May 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Home Box Office (HBO) See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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