Passion and Prejudice (2001)

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When prim and proper New England college professor Gwen Barry (Titanic's Frances Fisher) hires handsome young prison inmate Dalton Roy (Derwin Jordan) to tend her yard through a prison work... See full summary »



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11 February 2007 | psp777
| Modern psychological perhaps sexual slavery?
A reformed prisoner shares a grateful kind of "lurving" with a lustful & jealous prison psychologist on his out/rehabilitation days. It all ends with revenge in a style that is both deceitful and prejudicial.

The locations used include the breathtaking Nova Scotia.

The lead female gives a convincing performance showing great versatility - because of the building of her relationship with him is mainly built upon materialism and openings otherwise closed to a black guy in the small minded community - when she realises he wants a life of his own - and there are early signs she turns and its nothing short of the same penetration on which she thrived.

I caught this melodrama/thriller on TRUE MOVIES FREEVIEW (SKY TV) - and s the premise of the film is fairly easily worked out - its quite taught throughout.

NO Spoilers HERE - but joy for the two of them turns to tragedy, as soon as he meets up with girl of his own age at college.

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17 April 2001



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Nova Scotia, Canada

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