Connie Sumner has a loving husband, a beautiful home, and a wonderful son, but she wants more. When she's approached one day by a handsome stranger while trying to hail a taxi, she becomes obsessed with him and eventually starts an affair. But her selfish actions soon catch up with her...Written by
Connie is in front of the fireplace burning pictures. She has one burning picture in each hand when Edward walks in. In the next shot of Connie (a close-up), she raises her empty right hand to her face. As we pull back, the pictures and envelope are no longer in front of her. See more »
In the "Full Screen Special Edition" love scene at approximately 55 minutes, Ms. Lane's breasts are fully exposed very briefly before being cupped by Martinez's hands from behind. The wide screen version chops off the bottom of the frame thereby removing the full exposure. See more »
When I saw "Fatal atractions" in 1999 I didn´t see why everyone seems to think that film is sooo good. I think this one is much better. Better acting from Richard Gere than from Michael Douglas. I also think that Diane Lane made a very solid performance. The music was very very good. Especially in some of the final scenes where Edward is sitting with his son by the piano.
Flaws?? hmm, perhaps why Diane Lane´s character seems to be so intrested in the Paul Martel-charcter. I think he was very disgusting the whole film.
another flaw that is more serious is that it´s going too slow from time to time.
RATING: 7 out of 10
+ = Richard Gere, Diane Lane, Music, Envirements - = tempo & parts of the story
// Andreas Olsson
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