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The Last Seduction



A CRITICALLY acclaimed neo-noir, directed by John Dahl (Red Rock West, Rounders) and superbly scripted by Steve Barancik (Domino), this classy erotic thriller remains a timeless, exceptionally stylish movie that effortlessly raised the benchmark in sociopathic cool. The Last Seduction (18) is released on Blu-ray on 26 January 2015, RRP £14.99, from Network.

Starring Linda Fiorentino (Men in Black, Dogma) as the ultimate screen bitch Bridget Gregory, the wife of Clay Gregory, an unscrupulous doctor who has just made almost a million dollars from a drug deal. Stealing the money and hiding out in ‘cow country’ to avoid her husband and his private investigator, she begins a passionate affair with local man Mike.

Mike has never met anyone like Bridget. She’s intelligent, classy, beautiful, dangerous; a master of emotional and sexual manipulation. Passion, greed and revenge forge a desperate triangle as Bridget controls events that can only have a tragic outcome.

The Last Seduction is available to buy on Blu-ray from January 26th 2015. Order your copy HERE

Special features:

  • Dolby 5.1 mix on main feature
  • ‘Director’s Cut’ option (SD only) with commentary
  • Alternate ending
  • The Art of Seduction – making of documentary
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Behind the scenes footage
  • Tomorrow I Die – an episode of Fallen Angels
  • Commemorative booklet

The Last Seduction is featured here in a High Definition transfer made from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.

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