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Phoenix Blue (2001)

| Romance, Thriller, Drama
A young journalist sets out to find the true identity of a reclusive recording artist. She finds a dark secret.

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Phoenix Blue is one of the most successful recording artists in world music. But no one knows who he is... He has never performed live. Never appeared on film or TV. Never spoken to the press. No photo has ever been printed of him yet his records continue to sell in their millions. So why is he hiding and where? Rachel Delaney, a young London journalist, is determined to find out and she is not one to give up. A fragile lead draws her into the world of Internet cyber-hacking and the dangerous sport of freediving. In her pursuit of the ultimate story she loses almost everything but her belief pays off when she reaches the Caribbean and discovers a complex young man, Rick Earnhardt, living on a super yacht under the control of a ruthless woman Persha Lovich. Events spiral dangerously out of control as Rachel slowly unravels the dark secret behind Phoenix Blue... Written by Anonymous

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Beautiful!
14 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

This film is not necessarily a complex story, but is most certainly i-candy throughout (with thanks no doubt to Director Tony Maylam, and Producer Simon Hardy, who is also credited with 'Sexy Beast')... beautiful locations, and cast as well. James Murray is surely a contender for a modern day James Dean. Amanda Donohoe is the baby sitter you wished you always had, and Emily Hamilton is one to either truly love or truly hate - but isn't that most journalists!?

Worth a look. Some wonderful underwater sequences, and great juxtaposing between the beauty of the Caymans and the misery of British winter! The film is swimming with production value, with some decent performances - including from Jason Hughes ('Ralph') who is very comical as the somewhat pervy computer dork next-door!


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