Having no commitments and never being vulnerable, Veronica enjoys being a mistress. She comes to realize her best friend holds the key to her heart and is the only one capable of extracting her emotions.

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Shane Stanley
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Credited cast:
Jane Seymour ... Veronica Malloy
Nia Peeples ... Kristen Rhodes
Parker Stevenson ... Brandon McKellan
Ellen Travolta ... Margie
Ian Ogilvy ... Customer
William Shockley ... Adam Ross
Patrick Bristow ... Trent Masterson
Joel Brooks ... Steve Masterson
Jack Bannon ... Nathan Dobier
Parker Croft ... Ian
Katherine Flynn ... Young Veronica
Dan Shaked ... Jason
Chuck Manus ... Bartender
Sienna Noelle Peeples ... Theater usher (as Sienna-Noelle)
Karolin Luna ... Hostess
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Happy, beautiful and independent, Veronica enjoys being a mistress. No commitment, no strings and she never has to be vulnerable. She has carefully laid every brick in the walls of the fortress surrounding her heart. She's safe and having a great time. However, there is one person who knew her heart before those walls were erected, her best friend Brandon, who has stood by her for too many years to count. And while Veronica has tried to keep her feelings at bay, he is the one who holds the key that opens her Pandora's box of emotions. Written by Showtime

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Mistress is not a four letter word, but love is.

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Drama | Romance

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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First collaboration of Jane Seymour and William Shockley since Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. William Shockley and Patrick Bristow also co-starred in Showgirls (1995) although didn't have any scenes together in that film. See more »

Quotes

Veronica Malloy: I don't want either of our lives to change. I just want to bring sex into the equation and, and I only want it to be with you.
Brandon McKellan: Let me get this straight, you wanna be my mistress?
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Just not worth the time
9 October 2019 | by franklindfSee all my reviews

The movie is reasonably well made but it falls well short of being a good movie. It's basically a relationship drama about an aging woman who practices polyamory meaning she pursues multiple sexual relationships concurrently and ensuring each relationship stays superficial enough to avoid strings being attached. It sounds interesting enough in theory but the reality disappoints because, mainly the characters are not compelling enough to make the viewer really care. Date one man or date 10, sorry I just can't be bothered to concern myself. It might be different if the female lead was someone I might like to date. But she's just an older lady without much really going for her. She's not unattractive per se, but I just don't see any sizzle and I think most men would agree. I can't say much for the other characters either. If you just wanted something on to waste some time, this could work. But if you're expecting more, just pass on this.


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Release Date:

1 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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