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Dom (2004)

Dom is the story of Jade, a young woman torn between her search for spirituality and her dark life as a dominatrix. Her powerful spoken word poetry ignites the interest of a young rockstar ... See full summary »

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Neil Coombs
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Credited cast:
Grace Kosaka ... Jade
Darryn Lucio Darryn Lucio ... Christophe
Larry Bain ... Joseph
David Standfield David Standfield ... Adam
Emily Houghton Emily Houghton ... Denise
Marty Moreau ... Paul
Samuel Owen Samuel Owen ... Michael
Anna Lee Anna Lee ... Susie
Shaun Lowcock Shaun Lowcock ... Hitman
Gary Johnston ... Detective Phillips
Erik Banfield Erik Banfield ... William
Heather Howell Heather Howell ... The girlfriend
Sarah Brown Sarah Brown ... Doorperson
Rodney Barnes ... Man at Bar (as Rodney P. Barnes)
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Jane Antoni Jane Antoni ... Nurse
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Dom is the story of Jade, a young woman torn between her search for spirituality and her dark life as a dominatrix. Her powerful spoken word poetry ignites the interest of a young rockstar and when her world is shattered by death and violence, Jade must choose between control and giving herself up to love. Written by Neil Coombs

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In the dark world of a dominatrix, love is the most dangerous thing of all.

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Drama

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Gothic and Poetic
22 July 2004 | by bridge909See all my reviews

Dom is a 'no budget' flick that occasionally looks like a million bucks. It's beautifully shot with a solid performance by the lead Grace Kosaka. The film is essentially an exploration of the character of a woman who has shut herself off emotionally and interacts with the world chiefly through her poetry and through her 'job' as a professional dominatrix. One of the nice threads in the film is that her art and her involvement in S&M are intertwined and in the end force her to take a look at her own life. The film is a little uneven in tone and the main plot is almost an after thought but I do think the spoken word poetry and domination scenes are very compelling. Overall, definitely worth a look.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 February 2004 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

La dominadora See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Caged Angel Films See more »
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Color

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1.33 : 1
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