Connie Sumner has a loving husband, a beautiful home, and a wonderful son, but she wants more. When she's approached one day by a handsome stranger while trying to hail a taxi, she becomes obsessed with him and eventually starts an affair. But her selfish actions soon catch up with her...Written by
Near the end of movie, when Connie and Edward are talking in the car at a red light, Connie turns back to look at Charlie and the red light turns green behind her, and they don't continue to drive. When the camera focuses on the stop light again while they're kissing, it is back to red and changes to green. See more »
DVD contains 11 deleted scenes including alternate ending. In the alternate ending Richard Gere goes to the police station to confess to everything. The original ending left it for the viewer to decide. See more »
We went and saw the movie together, and both came away with the same impression. The movie focused too much on the affair, and did not develop what should have been a great scenerio after Richard Gere confronts the young lover. The affair, which was what the movie focused on, was impressive. And you got some idea of what it was that drove her in her obsession. However, we felt that what happened after would have served the audience with much more to remember than just steamy sex scenes and the the uncomfortable feeling you got from watching a partner destroy the trust and honesty in her relationship. We both however did like the ending. From watching some promotional interviews, Richard Gere said there were a couple of endings shot for the movie, and he personally liked the ending that finally was used. We liked it also. Anyway, if you haven't seen it yet, might want to wait till it hits video. And then, enjoy the guilty pleasures of the affair (if you can) and don't expect to feel satisfied when you are done watching it.
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