Passion Flower (1986)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Crime, Drama


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The movers and shakers in Singapore get involved in behind-the-scenes political and business activities, romantic entanglements, and murder. Nicol Williamson plays the wealthiest man in ... See full summary »


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18 September 2004 | fedlaw
10
| Garden of delights for Fans
Good plot, scenery and memorable acting! Interplay between main characters was fascinating! The standout was Bruce Boxleitner as the business-savvy but emotionally-naive American in Singapore, fatally falling for a married woman with "business" plans of her own. Memorable scenes include his finding her hubby's stabbed body & then fleeing madly down crowed Singapore streets in an effort to escape. His naiveté and trust of the black widow doesn't leave until the near-final scene with her at the prison. For steam, Boxleitner & Hershey (or their body doubles?) sitting on the floor & undressing each other rivals the so-called "towel" scene. All in all, "Passion Flower" is a garden of delight for any Boxleitner fan, or anyone who enjoys a spicy suspense flick.

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Genres

Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

19 January 1986

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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