Directed by Mora Stephens
Sam Ellis is a man on the rise — a hot-shot federal prosecutor on the cusp of a bright political future. But what was meant to be a one-time experience with an escort turns into a growing addiction — a new demon threatening to destroy his life, family, and career.
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★★★½ review by Lance on Letterboxd
Patrick Wilson's blandly handsome ennui-laden face gets old after about an hour. I'm sure lots of married men can relate to this plot quite well, but the actions of the women here, esp. L. Headey, are unbelievable.
★★★★ review by ivorydes on Letterboxd
Bagus ehe ehe ehe
★★★★½ review by nname on Letterboxd
Quite educative and thought-provoking if it weren't that erotic. A very serious and direct, a bit bitter portrayal of flaws in human character, political intrigues, career and peer pressure, marriage problems and so on... but also highly sexually charged.
★★★½ review by Dan_Tebasco on Letterboxd
Well-acted and overall a solid film about sexual addiction, I felt it dropped the ball though in the last 10 minutes by cramming in a political message into the film which only felt forced.
★★★½ review by Adam Styles on Letterboxd
I feel like I got tricked into thinking John Cho and Dianna Agron were in this movie
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