Catherine and David Stewart are a well-to-do couple living in a posh area of Toronto, but all is not well in paradise. Catherine hires an escort to seduce her husband, whom she suspects of cheating, though unforeseen events put the family in danger. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Li K (gb) wrote: People seem to be hating on all the movies I enjoy. Woody Allen does no wrong in my world, and this was no exception. It wasn't the brilliant, thought provoking, soul stirring depth I love from him, but it was fun and entertaining and lighthearted for a murder mystery sort of thing. And I'm never gonna complain about an hour and a half of Hugh Jackman. I think the American public has become unwilling to be mentally entertained.