R | | Drama, Mystery, Romance
A woman, along with her lover, plans to con a rich man by marrying him, earning his trust, and then running away with all his money. Everything goes as planned until she falls in love with him.
Michelle Pfeiffer's production company had originally purchased the rights to the novel with the intention that Pfeiffer herself would star. However the actress opted to simply serve as producer on the film.
You cannot walk away from love. That was the advertisement in a Baltimore newspaper. And that is how he found her.
When Luis and the maid find the dead bird, Luis' towel is inside the collar of his gown. In the next shot he turns around and the towel is outside.
Approximately 4 minutes of sexually explicit material has been cut from cable showings, even on the late-night showings on non-commercial premium cable channels. Both R-rated and Unrated editions have been released on Region 1 DVD. The original theatrical release did contain explicit sex scenes, but as currently shown on cable, every time someone is about to go to bed with someone else, the scene fades out and returns to the same locale the next morning. In the original version, Julia's first sexual encounter with Luis is graphically shown, as is their encounter when he finds her in the hotel.
Fusion de Almas
Composed by Ignacio Cervantes
Performed by Ruben Pelaez, piano
From CD: La Música de Cuba, The Danzas for Piano
Courtesy of ELAN Recordings
English, German, Japanese, Latin, Spanish
$6,402,741 (USA) (5 August 2001)
$16,252,765 (USA) (2 September 2001)
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