David Grant is a 25 year old Englishman living in Montreal, who is looking for his true love. After finding traditional dating methods a statistical disaster, this Havard Graduate and genius mathematician has come up with a precise analysis to find his perfect compatible match. To speed up the "falling in love" process, that he believes is an inevitable outcome, he decides to kidnap her to accelerate their romance. His chosen match is Francesca Besson, a 24 year old intelligent, strong minded sales executive. Based on said analysis, the two have a 99.3% compatibility ratio. Are science and mathematical laws powerful enough to manufacture a relationship? Can a person make someone fall in love with them against their will? Find out in this romantic suspense of a modern tale that is Twisted Seduction.Written by
Dominique Adams & Tom Broadwell
Dom and Tom met whilst working on cruise ships as fitness trainers. They struck up a great friendship, having the odd beer after work, talking about future plans. Dom spoke to Tom about his dream of making movies, having wrote 3 scripts at the age of 13. Tom said he had always wanted to act in a movie. Tom finished his contract and returned home to his native England. After Dom had finished his contract he visited Tom before returning home to Miami. After further discussions, Dom revealed he had an idea of a movie that might have a low enough budget that they might be able to finance the movie themselves, and own it outright. He was so motivated he wrote the script over 2 days and 2 nights, and then started putting together a team. Tom practiced his lines and then traveled to Montreal in January to help with the setup. After 7 long days, which involved the 2 sleeping on floors, traveling on the metro to look for props etc the movie was ready to shoot. Ten days later the movie was completed and they are now seeking distribution. See more »
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I was searching for trailers on the web for the "Fifty shades of Grey" book series and I landed on a trailer for the indie flick "Twisted Seduction".
It got my interest within the first few seconds of the trailer because it dealt with the same general subject matter / erotic thriller / submissive-dominant tone.
So I Googled it to find out where I could watch the film and found it in a free streaming form, on the official movie site.
I started with low expectations, since there was a message from the director at the beginning, stating that they made the film with $30K of their own money.
The first 15 minutes were a bit slow and creepy, but I quickly started to be deeply invested in the characters. I was soon loving every minute of it. The director was a master at building a deep connection between the characters and the audience.
Towards the end, the movie had already exceeded my expectations and delivered fully, but it came back with a double twist and left me completely surprised. It is THE best independent movie I've seen my entire life. The ending is simply UNGUESSABLE. TWO THUMS UP!
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