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Powderburn (1995)

R | | Mystery
A private eye becomes involved with a client's teen stepdaughter, the possible victim of an embezzlement scheme.

Director:

Serge Rodnunsky

Writer:

Serge Rodnunsky
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jay Irwin ... Jack
Elizabeth Barry Elizabeth Barry ... Lori
Lee West Lee West ... Fromin
Vlada Boder Vlada Boder ... Tracy
Tess Colonello Tess Colonello ... Tina
John Reno John Reno ... Diller
John Beyer John Beyer ... Keller
Mo Gallini ... Rick (as Matt Gallini)
William McClain William McClain ... Derm
Rowdy Jackson Rowdy Jackson ... Chris Sterner
Bruce Lurle Bruce Lurle ... Tony
Bob West Bob West ... Det. Franklin
Steve Ceurvorst Steve Ceurvorst ... Detective
RoseAnn Kelley RoseAnn Kelley ... Anita
Robert Enriquez ... Guard
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A private eye becomes involved with a client's teen stepdaughter, the possible victim of an embezzlement scheme.

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erotica | independent film | See All (2) »

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Mystery

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and sexuality, and for language | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Rojak Films - Info page

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

I pagida See more »

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Color
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Referenced in Half in the Bag: Slender Man (2018) See more »

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Ease Me
by Craig Thomas Church
Jamoka Music, BMI
Based on "Roll em' Easy" by Lowell T. George
Naked Snake Music, ASCAP
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One Hot Scene
24 January 2007 | by TrickTaylorSee all my reviews

I have a vague recollection of seeing this movie on cable. Not exactly an "erotic thriller". Mostly a rehashed Mickey Spilane type plot that finds a grizzled private eye protecting a teenage Lolita for some reason. The reason it is still somewhat memorable is that Elizabeth Barry was smoking. See the love scene where the light of the fire exposes her naughties through a sheer dress. Possibly one of the hottest things I have ever scene on film. Nothing else to recommend this film unfortunately. I have never seen this available on DVD, and it is very hard to find on VHS. Probably for cheesy crime thriller completists only. Too bad Ms. Barry didn't do more.


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