Thief of Hearts (1984)

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A woman trapped in a boring marriage begins an affair with a handsome man who seems able to read her mind. She doesn't know that he has broken into her house and read her diaries, where she... See full summary »

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6 January 2001 | BlackJack_B
The original erotic thriller!
When we look back at the history of made-for-video films they'll say that this one started the erotic thriller fad. Ah, but if only they had natural redhead beauties like Barbara Williams instead of the man-made women we see today.

To see David Caruso playing the same condescending stiff he has played his whole career, to see that Steven Bauer kept his career going despite this yawn of a film, to hear Williams say "I feel so violated!" or Norm Peterson say "It must be a holiday for the school suppliers." or to hear John Getz say "Dr. Seuss to the rescue." There is so much bad in this film I can see why Douglas Day Stewart is forgotten today.

Finally, I must say I didn't think Unrated films existed in 1984; this one happens to have extra footage although it's very tame. I watched this one so you wouldn't have to. Stay away.

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