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The Last Seduction II (1999)

Femme fatal/con artist Bridget Gregory travels to Barcelona and targets another businessman to scam him of his money while a relentless private investigator tries to track her down.


Terry Marcel


Steve Barancik (characters), Dave Cummings (as David Cummings)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Joan Severance ... Bridget Gregory
Con O'Neill ... Troy Fenton
Beth Goddard ... Murphy
Dean Williamson ... Earl McLaughlin
Rocky Taylor Rocky Taylor ... Gabriel
Joseph Pilato ... Marvin Dishman (as Josef Pilato)
David Gilliam ... Mr. Swale
Enrique Neant Enrique Neant ... Taxi Driver (as Quique Neant)
Tara Shaw Tara Shaw ... Hotel Manager
Phil Harris Phil Harris ... Jimmy
Perry Benson Perry Benson ... Samuel Burgess
Liz Daniels Liz Daniels ... Rosa
Fison Burgess Fison Burgess ... Cecila
Simon Fisher Simon Fisher ... Ramon
Helena Boobleswang Helena Boobleswang ... Ellie


In a continuation of the previous movie, Bridget Gregory, having successfully killed her husband and framed Mike Swale for it, flees to Barcelona, Spain to avoid an investigation into the case. Here she meets Troy Fenton who runs a phone sex line and soon lets Bridget in on his secret operation where she begins another devious plan of stealing Troy's profits for herself and depositing them in a local bank account with a little help from an old business friend, named Simon, in London. Meanwhile, Mike's father hires Murphy, a professional private investigator, to find Bridget and bring her back to New York to face a possible indictment for her part in her husband's murder. But when Bridget learns that someone is following her trail, she begins to set a trap for all the parties involved. Written by matt-282

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexuality, sex-related dialogue and some violence | See all certifications »

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At one point Murphy is watching the scene with the pie from The Last Seduction (1994). See more »

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What were they thinking when they made this movie?
7 September 2005 | by RandomologySee all my reviews

It's possibly the worst I've movie I've ever seen.

Joan Severance (Bridget Gregory) is completely devoid of sex appeal - a quality fairly crucial to the role - and does little more than smoke throughout every scene. Con O'Neill (Troy Fenton) made me want to vomit for the duration; yes, he's supposed to be a repulsive character but it was a little too literal. Beth Goddard (Murphy) was weak, although she was the only character with any sort of sexual allure, and I'm not even going to bother commenting on the rest of the characters.

The story lines are predictable, the portrayal of the British as being nothing more than common thugs is offensive, and the whole thing should come with a health-warning. Literally.

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Release Date:

8 June 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Última Sedução II See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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