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Double Exposure (1994)

R | | Crime, Drama | 16 April 1994 (USA)
Roger is cruel, violent and pathologically jealous and his wife Maria is suffering for it. He hires McClure, a P.I., to follow her and confirms his suspicions. Roger pays McClure to kill Maria's mysterious lover, but he botches the job.

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The Putnams, Roger ('Ian Buchanan') and Maria (Jennifer Gatti), continue an unstable marriage. She is unhappy at his obsessiveness and possessiveness and he continually suspects her of having an affair. On Tuesday and Thursday nights Maria is allowed out for a gym workout with their mutual friend and his work colleague, Linda (Dedee Pfeiffer) but she gets home so late that he presumes she is up to something behind his back. He hires private detective, John McClure (Ron Perlman) to find out if she is cheating and with whom. Meanwhile Linda discovers that Roger has been skimming from the company they work for. McClure brings evidence to Roger that his wife is indeed having an affair. Roger wants Maria's lover killed and asks McClure to help him. McClure requests twenty five thousand dollars and says that he knows a man who knows a man -but is really planning to do it himself because he's broke and is being blackmailed by an old friend. The plan is screwed up when McClure shoots blindly ... Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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A Double Dose of Deceit, Lust, and Revenge.

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Crime | Drama

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Diplo allothi  »

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Roger Putnam: Do yourself a favour, Mac, lay off the booze. You're bordering on pathetic.
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entertaining, enjoyable, contemporary, credible, adult;
2 May 2000 | by See all my reviews

This movie is well-cast, well-written and well-executed--all a credit to writer Ms Christine Colfer, and director Ms Claudia Hoover; the story is believable and suspenseful; of note to would-be viewers is that this movie 'tickles' the brain, and is absent 'sensory overload' with special effects; look further if interested in beauty, drama, intrigue, intellectual stimulation and suspense;


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