9 February 2000 | WOZ inOZ
Quality production of a textbook plot
'Touch Me in the Morning' uses a familiar structure of episodic intimate encounters held together by a simple story line using fine performers producing equally fine performances. Paul Thomas plays his usual placid self as the husband of Veronica Hart's character who positively shines in her myriad of encounters.
Seemingly portraying a marriage on the rocks, the film showcases the couples other non-platonic relationships with zeal. Top billing must got to Thomas' fantasy where he joins a stunningly seductive Lisa De Leeuw to the chord's of Ravel's 'Bolero' in a remarkably memorable scene that features no dialogue whatsoever. Veronica Hart once again is faultless with fine acting throughout the entire film, adding both credibility and maturity to the somewhat familiar proceedings.