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Another obvious attempt to cash in on the "Basic Instinct" craze about Law Enforcement officials getting a little too sexually involved with their charges. The story would have worked better if the antagonist had been a little more menacing.
However, Angie Everhart seems to have that 40's style screen siren glow that has been sadly missing from the movies for decades. All light on the set seems to radiate from her when she is on the set, despite a few lapses by the Director of Photography.
She also does a very competent job of striking a balance between a vengeful parole case worker and a sexually repressed (more like kinky sexually repressed), but knowingly gorgeous women.
I hope Angie finds her break through role. If she doesn't, I guess she can always marry the prince of Monaco!
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