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The Honeytrap (2002)

A woman is forced to confront her dark side when she investigates her husband's suspected infidelity.

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Michael G. Gunther
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Cast

Cast overview:
Emily Lloyd ... Catherine
Valerie Edmond Valerie Edmond ... Renée
Anthony Green ... Jonathan Berkoff
Stuart McQuarrie Stuart McQuarrie ... Jeremy
Natalie Walter ... Isobel
Zoë Eeles ... Emily
James Clyde James Clyde ... Carlo
Christopher Chilton Christopher Chilton ... Spy Shop Salesman
Clive Rowe ... Clinic Doctor
Richard Hope ... Detective Fowler
Jonah Russell Jonah Russell ... Detective Roberts
Francesca Longrigg ... Receptionist
Graham Cull Graham Cull ... Taxi Driver
Sara Houghton Sara Houghton ... Estate Agent
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Storyline

Catherine wants to marry Jonathan, but doesn't trust him. Her mysterious new neighbor Renée puts her in touch with a private detective Jeremy. He suggests that Catherine should test her future husband, and hires attractive young Isobel for the task... Written by wag

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She loved him so much, she couldn't risk trusting him.

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Thriller

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Official Sites:

FG Filmhouse

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 March 2007 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$2,250,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Film House, London See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The Honeytrap
Written and Arranged by Dominik Scherrer
Performed by Calina de la Mare, Amanda Floyd, Christopher Robson, Bradley Daley, Dominik Scherrer
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an interesting movie with great looks
9 May 2003 | by restoSee all my reviews

An interesting little movie with great looks, this is one of the hard to find, hidden gems of UK independent film making. With great film noir photography and a superbly haunting soundtrack, this surprisingly well-crafted movie creates a uniquely atmospheric and oppressive view of contemporary London. Good performances too, especially from the excellent Stuart McQuarrie as the dubious private detective, as well as some promising new faces.


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