Crimes of Passion
Joanna Crane lives a double life. During the day she works as fashion designer but during the night she is the high class prostitute China Blue. As she is accused for industrial spying, Bobby Grady is hired to shadow her. However, they fall in love. Meanwhile a psychopathic preacher starts stalking her.
- Stars:Kathleen Turner, Bruce Davison, Gordon Hunt, Dan Gerrity, Anthony Perkins, Terri Hoyos, Annie Potts, Vince McKewin, Deanna Oliver, Patricia Stevens, John Laughlin, John G. Scanlon, Janice Renney, Stephen Lee, Pat McNamara,
- Director:Ken Russell,
- Writer:Barry Sandler
The thirty year-old hard-worker Bobby Grady is married with two children with the frigid Amy Grady and their marriage is in crisis. Bobby is invited to work in the night shift for the owner... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crimes of Passion torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Since centuries Koreans are known as best archers in the world. Making a sniper movie, placing action in 17th century and replacing rifle with a bow is a brilliant idea to make an action movie. One can complain that it might be done a little bit better, the ending is melodramatic in very Korean way too. But eventually this one is quite exciting to watch and surely gets recommendation from me.
(ca) wrote: I really like awful dog movies, they are amazing!
(de) wrote: This Movie Sucked.This Movie Was So Short And Boring.The Only Thing I Like About This Movie Is That It Had A Good Cast.D
(br) wrote: Instantly became my personal favourite, it's a genre-marathon, with supernatural thriller, romance, comedy, martial arts, drama all involved. It has a strong Buddhist message involved in the film (Karma may determine our future but we can still change it if we try) and a tragic ending. Despite the little flaws in some of the sub story lines and ridiculous actions, it provided something that not only entertains, but also educational.
(fr) wrote: confusing beginning. Didn't like the end. Slow
(de) wrote: dead trap gonna fall in it
(ca) wrote: It starts off both episodic and perfunctory. The dialogue is also very fast, furthering the impression that this story is being done more as an excuse to film the ruined city than tell this tale. Around the forty-five minute mark, though, some genuine emotion starts to seep in and make the ending sad (but not as tragic as it could have been).