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Passion Before Midnight (2003)

R | | Mystery | Video 19 April 2003
Crystal (Shayla LaVeaux) believed she had the ideal existence: a passionate spouse and classy environments. But all that comes failing down when her husband abruptly efforts to kill her. ... See full summary »

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Shayla LaVeaux ... Crystal Strickland
... James Brody
Julia Parton ... Amy Martin
James Bonn ... Tommy Strickland
... Dr. Rachel Turner
Robert Baldwin ... Dr. David Adams
Amber Newman ... Tina Meyers
Edward Johnson ... Eric Wilkes
... Mark (as Roger Cline)
Catrine Karl ... Police Station Assistant
Steve Rodriguez ... Police Officer #1
Michael Fitzpatrick ... Police Officer #2
... Police Officer #3
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Crystal (Shayla LaVeaux) believed she had the ideal existence: a passionate spouse and classy environments. But all that comes failing down when her husband abruptly efforts to kill her. Baffled and frightened, she finds herself submerged in a globe of crave and intimate interest, where danger is just around the corner and sex is the enthusiasm for passion and slaying. Written by lament

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Mystery

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Rated R for strong sexual content and nudity
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19 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Sex, Secrets, and Lies  »

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24 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I love this movie... it's really up there with nausica... I have to say that i was surprised. It ws just really awesome. GREat acting and cinematography.Some people say that it isn't for everyone... but they should give it a try. I thought each character was intimately created and followed. You could really tell that the director put effort into making the audience involved. I understand now why people rave about this film. You know, you here people go on and on about Schindler's List and The Godfather, but this film should be up there too. The raving has started, but it should be continued and praised just as much as any other film. OH well, maybe one day when people understand the film's impact and artistry. God bless.


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