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The marriage of David Burgess, a senior executive, and his beautiful wife, Sara Burgess, an interior designer, is under great strain because David is in the process of putting together the ... See full summary »

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Gil Braman
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Karen Stone
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Ernie Fontenot
Charles Grant ...
David Burgess
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Robert Miller
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Mary
Scott Williamson ...
Watson
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Franklin (as Daryl Roach)
J. Patrick McCormack ...
Jones
Charmagne Eckert ...
David's secretary
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Video store clerk
Hitoe Ohtake ...
Dominatrix (as Hitoe Otake)
Candy Sherwin ...
Gil's secretary
Traci Adell ...
Galaxy Club host
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The marriage of David Burgess, a senior executive, and his beautiful wife, Sara Burgess, an interior designer, is under great strain because David is in the process of putting together the biggest telecommunications merger in the history of the business. Sara suggests that they attend a kinky sex club to revitalize their marriage and help David to relax. However, David's problems are exacerbated by a huge power struggle at his office between Karen Stone, Gil Braman and himself. Karen, a beautiful, ambitious, ruthless, senior executive, is determined to take over this merger at any cost. To further her aims she hires the services of sleazy divorce private detective Ernie Fontenot to spy on the Burgess's. At the date of the merger draws near and all the blackmail and dirty tricks start to play themselves out, who will come out the winner? Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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A new kind of office politics.

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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29 January 1999 (Turkey)  »

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Hirs Oyunu  »

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16 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

Worth watching. Probably the best quality film for Shannon Whirrey. Actual plot, reputable actors, an effort made in filming, editing, directing & production. Predictable and simple in many ways, but better than most of the efforts made by moviemakers over the past decade plus. Additionally, no, make that; More importantly, Tawni Kitaen looks GREAT throughout the movie and plays a significant role that's well done and finishes strong!


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