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Lucinda's Spell (1998)

R | | Fantasy | 3 October 2000 (USA)
A great wizard returns to Earth where he lands in New Orleans in search of a mate, but he runs into a woman with whom he had an affair 8 years previously resulting in a son that is unknown ... See full summary »

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... Jason (First Horn)
Christina Fulton ... Lucinda Bale
... Beatrice (as Shannah Bettz)
... Maddison
... Betsy
... Natalie
John El ... George
Fatt Natt ... Jules
Brother Randy ... Jim
Judy Garwood ... Ms. Worth
Ajax Davis ... Severain
... Chickory (as Angie Green)
Quintron ... Artos (as Jay Poggi)
Tina St. Clair ... Ursula
Sophie Dia Pegrum ... Charlotte (as Sophie Pegrum)
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A great wizard returns to Earth where he lands in New Orleans in search of a mate, but he runs into a woman with whom he had an affair 8 years previously resulting in a son that is unknown to the wizard. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Sex is magic

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Fantasy

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Rated R for strong sexuality, and for language, violence, and some drug content | See all certifications »
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Jon Jacobs burnt his eyelashes in one of the final scenes. Jamie the DP said it was the best shot of the film See more »

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(at around 1 min) A woman is seen sitting on a stoop drinking. Between cuts, she alternates between a bottle and a cup. See more »

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Jason: I'm famed throughout the land for going down on whores.
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References Excalibur (1981) See more »

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my opinion
19 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

i can honestly say that it's one of the most unique, entertaining, funny, and touchingly sweet, independent films that i've ever seen... it pushes the boundaries to be more than sexually exploitative- although Lucinda is a witch/prostitute, the film, in my opinion, could be watched in a 'feminist studies' class... i think ken russell would, and fellini would have loved it...


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