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Fatal Attraction

Film Title

Fatal Attraction

Director

Adrian Lyne

Starring

  • Michael Douglas as Dan Gallagher
  • Glenn Close as Alex Forrest
  • Anne Archer as Beth Gallagher

A torrid affair has terrifying repercussions for a lawyer when the other woman won’t let go in Fatal Attraction, a suitably infamous thriller that deeply unsettles and disturbs. 659 more words

Movie Reviews

Yakmala: Flashdance

In 1983, everybody saw Flashdance. Fucking everybody. Well, not me, because I was too young, but everyone else. It captured the zeitgeist — hell, it created large chunks of it — of the transformation of the grimy early ‘80s into the recognizable neon-drenched hairpocalypse we all know and presumably love. 1,339 more words

Projected Pixels And Emulsion

Recent Arrival for Rent/Sale at Movie Village

Foxes, 1980. Jodie Foster stars in this story of teens growing up in the disco era in California. Giorgio Moroder, famous music producer, composed the disco soundtrack.
Adrian Lyne directs.

Recent Arrival

Unfaithful

Film Title

Unfaithful

Director

Adrian Lyne

Starring

  • Diane Lane as Connie Sumner
  • Richard Gere as Edward Sumner
  • Olivier Martinez as Paul Martel

Executed with style and erotic frisson from director Adrian Lyne, Unfaithful examines the price of a chance encounter between two people and the subsequently dangerous affair that begins. 692 more words

Movie Reviews

Secret Cinema

As you might have noticed, we don’t tend to do lists here at Shadowplay. I have, at various times in my life, enjoyed making lists, but now the internet is flooded with them, so I will only do lists if they can be complete rubbish, like… 1,096 more words

FILM

9 1/2 Weeks (1986)

There are factices of Guerlain Mitsouko perfume and Shalimar cologne, plus Jean Patou Joy perfume, at Bloomingdale’s. A poster for Cacharel Anaïs Anaïs is visible, too.

Screencap source.

Perfumes In Movies

Tim Robbins+Adrian Lyne 1991

“Jacob’s Ladder” Interviews with director Adrian Lyne and actor Tim Robbins by Elisa Leonelli. (c) CIAK February 1991